Had an Americano coffee, 20 oz, and a chocolate chip cookie. Both were good, but $8.52 for a coffee and cookie? I guess if you were looking for a place to sit and use the wi-fi but Starbucks is nicer IMHO.
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A nice bright, quirky place with comfy lounge seating downstairs and small table seating upstairs. I've visited this place a few times for the good espresso coffee; being an Aussie coffee snob, I am always prepared to drive 20 mins out of my way from...More
Cool coffee shop, a bit eclectic and they make great coffee. Upstairs is a good place to meet for business. It's tucked away so look close for it. I'm not sure what's up with the weird name but it's good.
Stopped in here with some friends who are locals and enjoyed a cup of coffee. Very nice that there was upstairs seating available. It was a bit confusing that we needed to make separate transactions for coffee and Buda juice which is in a cooler...More
Its a basic coffee shop, nothing exceptional. Brown Sugar Latte was good and enviroment lacked comfort. Service was not super friendly, it was in a strip mall that left something to be desired. If your in the area I would go again, but would not...More
Friendly staff but coffee was expensive. Limited space and kind of noisy. You need a code to get on the wireless so ask when you order your drink.
Global Peace has great coffee, fabulous service, and a laid-back atmosphere. It works for an evening coffee or office away with their free wifi.
My girlfriend and I fell in love with the brown sugar lattes at this coffee house last year, and we keep coming back for the almond croissants too. The menu is much more extensive: breakfast sandwiches and lunch too. The cute boutique shops nearby are...More
My husband and I are very picky about espresso/lattes. Luckily, we found Global Peace Factory and their very friendly (and well trained) baristas. Perfectly frothed milk for our lattes and a great espresso flavor. Beats Starbucks easily. Forgo Starbucks and enjoy something much much better!