|Jordanian-American owned corner cafe is equipped with all the bohemian stereotypes: beaten-up wooden furniture, Guatemalan art, blackboard menu with colored chalk. But there's no soul, and everything seems to come with a business card of the supplier. Espresso is a little gritty, thin, peppery-tasting, lacking crema, and unnecessarily served in a Solo paper cup. Milk is scorched and served at molten temperatures. Stick to the lunch food, not the espresso. As of 2009, the owners renamed it from "Cup of Java" to reflect its newer emphasis as an art caf�.