“We didn’t even realize until we got here what a cool neighborhood this has become,” Kirchoff recently told Daily Coffee News, adding that the meticulous roasting and brewing, and often phenomenal customer service, of the roasters listed above are part of that appeal
There's a new coffee shop in Cleveland, and it does two things that others usually don't: Offer a chance to meet people from all over the world, and present a seat with a view of the city's skyline.
The cafe will have 15 to 20 seats in the 700-square-foot lobby as well as a few tables outdoors. “Really, right now, there’s no one else south of Lorain that has a presence on the sidewalk,” says Raymond.
To accommodate the new café, the hostel lobby has been completely redesigned. Formerly just a spot for guests to check in and check out, the lobby has been transformed into a small but sleek coffee bar with seating for about 20 at tables, the coffee counter and along a window rail. Sidewalk seating will also be added.
If the café’s high ceilings, large storefront windows, rustic wood floors and blond wood accents aren’t enough, visitors will undoubtedly be lured by the chance to hang out on the hostel’s fourth floor roof deck.