Best Coffee Place in Pittsburgh. I love this place! The latte's and food are amazing. As well, the space is just fantastic. You can sit on the ground level and people watch out the big windows or you can sit upstairs in the super comfy chairs and spend the day away reading. There are these hand painted murals on the wall and the place has the ultimate cozy warm feel. It is always full of [eople but somehow there is always places to sit. The staff are all pretty artsy looking and super nice (e.g. no attitude!). This is my home away from home, I can't recomned it enough!
Not the swankiest place in town, and is a little gritty around the edges, but it's Oakland, and it's OK..
Academic types of all degrees, and the museum and art-going sort flock to this house, which is contained in a cleverly-used, tight, multi-level space, comprised of white tile, white paint and wide windows. An upstairs level (privacy!) seats about a dozen, and offers a bird's-eye view of pretty, tree-lined South Craig Street. There's also ground-level seating, which is like being in a "people aquarium," because there's nothing but clear glass between you and the people outside. There's a small nook for reading materials, and a section of wall pasted with posters of hip happenings. Saturday seems like a mostly "to-go" day. The music, at least on the day of this visit, was '80s--Blondie and Adam Ant.
Kiva Han serves its own brand of delicious coffee, all roasted in Cranberry. You can buy their beans by the pound at Kiva Han shops for $8.50-$13.95. Special blends include "Golden Pecan" and "Millennium Blend." Also if tea's your, uh, cup of tea, Kiva Han also has a nice selection, including organic ones.
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