|Jack Farley, proprietor, so there's something of an Irish theme. A cubic, painted wood, warehouse-like space with magazine sales, bean sales, a dozen indoor tables, and a motley assortment of outdoor seating. Young and eclectic clientele with lots of reading and "hanging out". Espresso has a mottled, dark brown, thick crema (occasionally with heat spots) and a pungent-to-smoky flavor. Quite good, even if it doesn't quite live up to its looks - excessive pour size aside. Short on complexity (no real sweetness or depth of flavor) and body to be a great cup. This probably could be great if only they cut down on the size of the pour. That and their three-group, economy Astoria machine and cheap Delco cups aren't exactly aspirational. Knowledgeable and relatively skilled baristas. They alternate between Mr. Espresso and Sunrise Coffee Company beans. Milk-based drinks tend to be fine, but not noteworthy. They don't produce much microfoam.