|One of many former Pasqua Coffee shops that folded under the Starbucks machine years ago. This store marks a model for Starbucks' recent trend towards blandess and cheapness with equipment and employees. But it is a great location - pie shaped with windows lining the sidewalks outside, allowing in a lot of light and people watching. However, there are only four small indoor tables. Two brain-dead-to-operate Verismo machines, and no cups besides paper. The pour is straightforward - consistently average. With a light to medium brown crema. The flavor has an earthy woodiness to it, but otherwise doesn't really taste like espresso as much as good quality drip coffee.