|This Peet's opened in Summer '06. They have a few windowside caf� tables and a few metal sidewalk tables along 3rd St., beneath parasols. Inside, they use dueling two-group La Marzocco Linea machines to pull good espresso shots. The first time I was here the shots were excellent, but the body has weakened on repeat visits. The flavor and body have also lost a little with the inevitable barista turnover. They now pull shots with a decent layer of a pale-to-medium brown crema. Where the highlight of the cup was once its body (exceptionally full, rich, and thick - a true ristretto), it's now an overall good espresso on equal merits across the board. It has a potent, pungent flavor of herbs and some cloves. But the weaker-bodied shots now have lost a bit of that flavor depth and mouthfeel, despite a persistently rich crema.