|'Rigalo' means 'a little funny' in French. By that standard, the espresso here is pretty hilarious. In the Laurel Village, this French-themed caf� has a long interior with numerous tables, plus several classic caf� tables in front. They serve soups, salads, sandwiches...and proudly pronounce their coffee as "organic fair trade" (Equator). Using an older, two-group La San Marco machine, they pull an immense shot with a stale, ashy aroma and a very thin, pale crema that dissipates quickly. Compared with the Equator beans used up the block at Cafe Lo Cubano, it's like night-and-day. Here the espresso is overextracted - but its thinner body shows more tobacco and ash than it does a diluted mild spice. Served in colorful yellow large demitasses.