Rock City is everything that a cafe should be! It's a very comfortable and relaxing atmosphere, with super yummy treats and the best coffee around. The staff are also always incredibly friendly!
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I frequent this place very often. The coffee is good. If you want a Mocha, tell them about the level of sweetness you prefer. They use a chocolate syrup which can turn your Mocha into a cloyingly sweet liquid that just has a hint of...More
They open around 6 on weekdays and at 7 on the weekends. The pastries are very big and extremely tasty. They have 4 or 5 types of coffee including organic and non organic dark roast and medium roast. The dark roast was excellent and the...More
My wife and I ate lunch here quite by accident after parking in front of the cafe while looking for directions to another restaurant. Then we saw the pie on someone's plate eating outside. That did it. We found very unique combinations of ingredients in...More
Super coffee - especially the Indian "Monsoon" blend the beans of which are exposed to the moist air South Asia's monsoons for months - giving them a super smooth finish. Cool, independent coffee shop collocated with a book store. Very wellness-lifestyle oriented place. Nearly 20...More
it's a bit hard for me to get excited about a cup of coffee...but this place was amazing. There's coffee I dislike and coffee that I like...this coffee, I loved! Can't wait to go back.
Friendly staff, lots of seating/tables, clean, fabulous coffee and food. Several mornings we enjoyed the home made granola and we were not disappointed with the different coffees we tried each day. Great location, attentive staff, great food, fabulous coffee.
We stopped at Rock City Cafe on our way north up the coast from Boston. We just wanted a cup of coffee, and my daughter searched online and found this great place.She had her favorite, a latte, and I had mine, black coffee. It was...More
I had never gotten past the fantastic cake/cookie/pie/scone options at Rock City - even though I've been going there for at least 4 summers. During a stay for the Fishermen's Forum in March, I took a coworker there for lunch. We both really enjoyed our...More