If you want a story to tell visit Trouble Coffee Co! I brought my two friends along to experience this well-known coffee shop with me. Levi has been here before but it was Christie and I’s first time. Parked a few blocks away on this foggy morning. Stood in line with quite the caffeine-dependent crowd!
A tiny little spot with a cute book store was right next door. They had to put the condiment bar outside, that’s how packed this coffee shop was! We got in line about 15 people deep, but they were slinging java so it moved quickly. We grabbed a menu to be prepared the second we got to the counter. It was filled with many delicious items and I wanted everything!
I ordered a latte and a huge slice of banana bread with chocolate chips. Out of nowhere, three stools opened up and we hopped on them! There was nowhere to stand inside without blocking traffic. We sat at a beautiful wooden bar that ran across the cafe. White walls and punk rock posters were everywhere. Neon lights blaring TROUBLE coffee in the front window. Inside Trouble you’ll find skateboards on the shelf, motorcycle helmet, and a trumpet. There is a very fun vibe place.
They were hollering people’s orders. They screamed out, “Levi!” and we waved the kid down. Here comes the prettiest PB & Banana & Honey piece of toast I’ve ever seen in my life. There were easily 40 people at this exact moment waiting and of course, the drip brew coffee maker breaks. Each barista was doing their special magic touch on the machine. Some customers were getting very frustrated but there wasn’t anything the guys could do. The punk music was blasting, and the espresso machine screaming from the steamed milk. It was quite a fast-paced experience. My latte was delicious and the banana bread was to die for so I left very happy.
As far as a bathroom… you’re **** out of luck ha ha.