THE ONLY DRAW BACK IS THE PIES AND CROISSANTS ARE NOT ORGANIC OR GLUTEN FREE
Café Grano Café
This little café has an atmosphere that's inviting enough for staying the afternoon or just stopping by for a quick espresso. The traditional drip coffee you might be used to is not served here, so order an Americano instead if you're looking for a cup o' joe (that's a shot of espresso in piping hot water).
Teas are also served, along with croissants, and pies such as lemon meringue.
However, the main draw here is the whole bean coffees delivered fresh from three different Mexican states: Veracruz, Chiapas and Oaxaca. All are extraordinary, but the Oaxaca is especially rich, without being too strong to down several cups in a row. It's rounded out with a hint of a chocolate undertone. Beans are available in two different roasts (medium and French) and if you stick around the cafe for very long, you'll see a number of folks coming in to buy their weekly fix.
Prices went up a little recently, but are still dirt cheap compared to what you might be used to north of the border. It's about $150 pesos per kilo (2.2 pounds).