22 Jan, 2010
So you’re looking for coffee in downtown Beaufort?
Posted by: Kent Hopkins In: beaufort
Have you heard of City Java & News?
Located near the corner of Carteret and Port Republic streets in historic downtown Beaufort, the spot is a great place to grab a cup of coffee on the way into work, or take a quick break on a walking tour of the downtown area and historic Point.
Stephanie Fairbanks, general manager of the adjoining City Loft Hotel, remarks that “there’s just a really nice energy in the coffee shop. There’s a fresh vibe and it’s very cheerful.”
The coffee blends are provided by Island Coffee. Four regular coffees are available including a “Sunrise,” french roast, decaf, and Costa Rica organic. There’s also a fifth including a regularly changing seasonal blend — presently “Flores Bajawa Ngura.”
Bottled water, organic no-sugar added juices, and cane-sugar sodas are also available.
A staple of muffins, biscotti, cookies, cupcakes, cinnamon roles, and a 72-layer biscuit with ham and cheese is offered.
For lunch a number of sandwiches, chips, and soups are offered.
There’s plenty of space with a sidewalk patio, and rear conference room that can be reserved for privative meetings with advance notice.