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Your java had humble beginnings. Once small beans inside the cherries of a coffee plant in the tropics, they were hand-picked, soaked, and scoured to remove their surrounding fruit. Left in the sun to dry atop slabs of rock or concrete, they were then sorted, polished, and aged. After traveling thousands of miles from the jungle to the big city, the beans were roasted, ground, and brewed fresh for your mug. Drink up.
Open Book Welcomes Coffee Drinkers
Forget waiting in line for a tall, nonfat, iced mochaccino with a shot of caramel, whipped cream, and a cherry on top. Whether you're just stopping in or plan to stay a while, Coffee Gallery at Open Book makes it simple.
Get Your Fix
Located in the entry, Coffee Gallery invites passersby and visitors alike to take their pick of fresh, 100% fair trade, organic coffees, locally made teas, and espresso drinks. Ample sunlight and spots to sit, free Wi-Fi, from-scratch food, and a cozy, creative vibe complete the experience. Stop in with a friend for a quick cup, or hunker down with a hot latte and a good book. You won't regret it.