Worst chile I've ever had
Nothing special. Service indifferent. Choices limited.
No reason to want to return.
terrible service food was even worse
Again, we loved the menu and had trouble choosing...We wish Barista Cafe all the best as they become established in the Valley....The waitress attire is a cute idea, but could you reserve that for "after hours" events (sports bar events?) and modify for daytime service or perhaps some catering events?
Due to competition in the general area, I think if they had beer and wine to offer it would
enhance their business.
Have no idea how this place will stay in business.
The waitresses are dressed totally inappropriately.....what is the reasoning behind the skimpy outfits? It's not a bar? The food was ok but the prices were too high for the amount and quality of food you are given.
Our server was extremely nice (I think her name is Sydney). My family and I went there for breakfast - extremely limited menu choices. It seems to be a bit better for lunch choices. Food tasted good but nothing special to set it apart from other places.
From Our Editors
Although Barista Cafe has been making headlines with its scantily clad servers—women dressed in bikini-like ensembles—the menu's fresh, healthful cuisine remains the backbone of the business. Instead of frying or dipping ingredients in a natural lake of frosting, the café’s cooks fold them into nutritious meals at breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The Jump Start, a smorgasbord of eggs, ham, bacon, green chilies, pepper jack cheese, and salsa, gets mornings underway when paired with a steaming cup of coffee. For later meals, efficient service and to-go options ensure ample time to devour salads, sandwiches, and wraps, such as the Hawaiian Tropic, which is stuffed with grilled chicken, pineapple, and a housemade soy-dijon sauce.