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Coffee Gallerie

Further update: Coffee Gallerie reopened.
Update: Coffee Gallerie has closed.

In a word: Enjoyed.

The specs: #0091
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JM ate a ham sandwich with a Sprecher root beer.
Nichole ate a turkey sandwich with a house coffee.
The bill was $10, or $5/person, (with a free sandwich coupon) plus tip.
JM and Nichole both gave Coffee Gallerie an A- (see our grading rubric).

Why even JM, a non-coffee drinker, can enjoy Coffee Gallerie despite the funny spelling:

  • Sandwiches featuring good nutty bread, fresh vegetables, and moist, flavorful deli-sliced meat and cheese.

Coffee Gallerie sandwiches

  • Local artists' work on display.
  • Hallway full of $2 hardcover books (for now), probably remaindered from the remainder bookstore a couple doors down.
  • Wide selection of beverages, from cans of Mountain Dew on up.
  • Organic coffees: the French roast was dark, rich, and hot.
  • Soup.
  • Wit.

Tip jar: 'Privatized Social Security account'

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Coffee Gallerie has re-opened (Oct-2011)

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