With a good price and great taste, Sacred Grounds is a perfect stop for breakfast or lunch.
The small coffee joint has a very cozy atmosphere. It’s a hole-in-the-wall place, with many of the surrounding buildings being agencies and law firms. There is a certain formula used bycafés like this, and it certainly works. Exposed brick, high ceilings, warm lighting and activities like chess –– which could be played on tables with chess boards built into them. While there may be a lot of cafes like this now, Sacred Grounds nails the formula well and makes for a good hangout or homework spot.
The sandwich cost approximately $10, which was reasonable for its size and taste. I had an Italian sandwich, which was toasted and made up of Italian meats, pesto, balsamic vinegar, a red pepper spread and veggies like onion, tomato and baby arugula. Besides the sandwich, I had also ordered a three-shot espresso. I ordered a bit earlier in the day, so there was a bit of a wait due to the kitchen not being ready for lunch food, but not by an excessive amount.
Overall, Sacred Grounds makes for a very inviting and high-quality café. If you have the opportunity, you should certainly stop by.
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