Very good coffee, reasonable prices, convenient downtown location, they do more bathroom keys than 1 since they have a men's and lady's.
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Had never been here before, so when a colleague suggest we meet up here for coffee, I jumped at the chance to try somewhere I'd not been before. Cafe mocha was nice and strong and MUCH less expensive than Starbucks (according to my hubby). They...More
The baristas are friendly and knowledgeable and took great care with my pour-over and my husband's espresso. Great crema on the espresso, and really nice coffee blends. The ambiance is nice -- cozy, upscale and welcoming.
This corner spot right around the corner from the state capitol offers good coffee and a great view of one of Boise's busier pedestrian intersection. (It even has a kitty-corner crossing to accommodate the crowds!) Efficient counter, and a handy honor-system if you grab a...More
I've been here a few times now. The coffee drinks are always ok but nothing especially good. The food - I wouldn't bother with. Very old, hard cinnamon roll and the friend I went with got a breakfast burrito that was pretty inedible. The atmosphere...More
Great cup of coffee, friendly staff. Wish they had more food options for a quick breakfast. Good meeting place, especially in the summer when you can sit out side.
As a mobile worker, I have a few favorite spots around town from which to work for an hour or so, or to host a quick meeting with colleagues. Thomas Hammer delivers with a nice, open space and a conference room. My favorite drink's the...More
Friendly and nice looking coffee shop in downtown Boise. Very friendly and helpful baristas. Enjoyed the coffee - will come again on my next business trip. Even bought a bag of beans to throw in the drip machine at home. I went with the signature...More
My first experience at the Capital City Public Market, commonly known as the Saturday Market or City Market, a 21-year tradition that I happened on during a trip to Boise, Idaho to check out filming locations, started with a medium-sized black coffee at Thomas Hammer...More