I’m still doing a lot of work from home, so a good work cafe is essential for getting out of the house. Ellipsis Coffeehouse strikes a good balance of inviting and productive work space. They have a great alternative rock playlist and really great service.
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Out of all the ICP’s so far, this was the most no-frills. I wouldn’t go out of my way, but it’s still a cafe deeply committed to coffee & their community. Settle in with a baked good from Lovely Bake Shop and enjoy the neighborhood feel. If you’re doing ICP, these are the drinks your passport can get you.
- Tea Hot or Iced
- Coffee Hot or Iced
- Pour Over
- Latte Hot or Iced
- Cappuccino Hot
What I had:
Pour Over (Counter Culture)
They let me pick between 3 different Counter Culture beans. They have a seasonal rotating list, so be sure to ask about the options! The pour over was pretty good, maybe a bit sour. Couldn’t tell if it was my bean choice or the brewing.
I don’t know what their usual baked good section looks like, but the day I was there the selection was slim. Went with a chocolate scone that ended up being more of a dense cake, but still good. Service was A+.
I’ve seen most of the ICP’s serving Rishi or Spirit teas. I love the Spirit teas, and would love to bring a friend to try the Rishi tea flight at Ellipsis.