About this Business
- Coffee, Cafe, Tea, Bagels, Bakery
Not much selection of food. Needs to be cleaned. Spider webs and dust and grime all over. Either the shop itself or the kitchen is closed when they shouldn't be.
The food on menu (board and plastic menues both) was inaccurate. Offered chips with sandwich, no chips (but did offer dessert instead); said sandwiches on chibata bread, came on white. (This was the bakery's fault he said, can't get the chibata, only white or wheat . . . but we weren't even offered the wheat bread option. Chicken sandwich had three chunks on half -- two were fat and grissle only. Taste of sandwiches was good, though. We were only customers and it took 15 minutes for first sandwich to appear and another five for the second. A couple customers came in and complimented them on coffee specicalties, however, they only had one regular coffee choice -- Guatamalan -- so we didn't get coffee.
Very limited menu. They used to be open in the early morning for coffee for people on the way to work, but it really isn't well situated for getting coffee (no drive thru). Now they open at 9 AM. THey do have really good coffee drinks. The lunch menu is limited, it is a small place. They have Wifi, which attracts neighborhood people. A cute little place, but lunch wasn't great (to me), but my husband really enjoyed his sandwich.
Friendly service & good food.
Try the Club sandwich or the smoked salmon! The smoothies are awesome, too!
Small-- only a few tables. Very welcoming and cozy! Food and coffee are great.
I would call ahead to be sure they have food items. The food tastes great but Smiles seems to have an issue with keeping ingredients stocked. On our first visit, they were our of ingredients for 2 of their 3 breakfast items. This last visit, they were out of smoked salmon.
A little cool temp wise and on the small size for capacity, but my wife and I loved their coffee, tea, and croissant breakfast sandwiches.
Coffee was surprisingly good, although the young man helping the owner did not have a clue what they were doing so it took a while. Food was alright but nothing special, more dessert options would be nice. The rule about eating in was total B.S., as there was only one other couple there and absolutely no ambiance other than our conversation. This will never be a hopping local coffee shop, but if we could come and go comfortably it would be more appealing.
From Our Editors
At Smiles Coffeehouse, the menu features a varied selection of sandwiches, salads, and, of course, coffee drinks. Baristas brew mochas, macchiatos, and iced coffee. Sandwich makers, meanwhile, stack roasted chicken breast, pesto, marinara, tomato, and melted provolone to make the chicken focaccia sandwich—one of seven signature sandwiches. If the caffeine boosts and savory sandwiches aren't enough to perk up patrons, bright yellow and red walls fill the interior like a sunrise or a sky with lots of paint in it.