|This Peet's has minimal seating pooled up at the front window like something the tide brought in (one caf� table and a window counter/ledge), cramping anyone wishing to sit down with a cup. (It's gotten worse since Cafe Lo Cubano closed next door in the summer of '08.) Using a (once three- now) two-group La Marzocco Linea, they pull shots with a thinner layer of medium-to-light brown crema. They serve it with a somewhat lukewarm temperature and one of the thinnest bodies I've experienced for a Peet's espresso. Its flavor is a bit off on the edges too - a bit medicinal, with some mild spice and stale nuttiness. One of the weaker Peet's around. Just try ordering a caff� macchiato and see how often they respond, "You mean a latte macchiato?" Their milk frothing is also dishwater-poor. The quality here can be erratic, as we've also more recently experienced some better, smaller shots - albeit with the same weak crema.