Nice big space, but the wifi is sloooooooow.
So much space! Maybe my favorite place to get off campus.
Cherry apple walnut with butter is amazing
Largest seating area of all the Green Lines. Baked goods supplied by Four Worlds.
I'm the last person to eat a sweet potato... But the sweet potato burrito gives me LIFE! It is so unbelievably good... Its savory and hearty, and the perfect meal in hand.
Plenty of seating.
C.R.E.A.M. Mode, plan accordingly. Cash rules B.
There's a secret outlet on the walls behind each bench! Still nowhere near enough. We need more power!
There are a few outlets on the ceiling in the back; don't count on getting one. Wifi seems ok. Clientele is noisy. In all, a fairly lousy place to try to get some work done. Great americano, though...
Phil The Dick loves it here
Wibbly wobbly (but not timey wimey) tables, but great coffee, food & atmosphere. Cool people, namely Per who will tell you all about quantum physics if you let him. Best sandwich: The Steve.
Loud, cash only, and a terrible wi-fi connection. That about sums it up.
Try the Steve. Put siracha on it, it's fantastic! A little small but tasty none the less
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Try a Mozzarella Caprese sandwich, simply amazing!
Three words: sweet potato burrito
It beats a lot of the other coffee shops I've been to!
I don't know if I'm the only one who has trouble with the wifi, but I can't maintain a strong connection for linger than 5 minutes. At least the staff is friendly and has a great tea selection.
Our preferred spot for holding $5 Fridays consultations! Always easy to get a spot at the door on a Friday early afternoon. Staff is always friendly.
The Steve sandwich is awesome! Highly recommended.
Worst wi-fi connection ever! Also, most wobbly tables in all of Philadelphia.
At least the almond croissant is good
The band is pretty awesome
Has the worst cafe tables in the city. They all wobble wobble.
the better green line cafe vanue
Has free wifi but few electrical outlets & can get packed quickly. Don't get your hopes up on the weekends.
grab an everything bagel. It's as close to a NYC-style bagel as Philly gets.