Peace, Love, and Coffee

A diary of the wonderful and wacky goings on at Coffee to the People, an independent coffeehouse located at 1206 Masonic Avenue in the Haight Ashbury neighborhood of San Francisco, California.

Monday, February 06, 2006

Soup and Sandwich Beta

It's finally here! After many hard months of taste testing, we have introduced our fresh sandwich and soup menu. Our sandwiches are big and tasty, with selections guaranteed to please omnivores, vegetarians, and vegans alike. They include:

Breakfast croissant with egg and cheese
Breakfast bagel with egg and cheese
Roast beef with horseradish
Black forest ham with cheddar cheese
Turkey pesto on a sweet roll
Vegetarian bruschetta, cheese, tomato, and avocado
Vegan hummus, red pepper, and cucumber

The soups change from day to day, but recent offerings have included:

Spinach basmati
Tomato tahini tofu
Clam chowder
Mushroom and barley

As with our coffee, we are committed to providing the best possible soups and sandwiches. To help make this happen, we are holding a "soup and sandwich beta" throughout the month of February. To participate, come in and try one of our soups or sandwiches and then email us about your experience. As a thank you, we will send you a coupon for a free beverage of your choice. Our hope is that your honest feedback will help us to make our sandwiches even better.

Thanks!


3 Comments:

At 2/10/2006 08:19:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi,

Love the Cafe. Everyone is really cool and I dig being able to throw on some headphones, eat and drink, and do my work. I also like most of the music the employees play. But the rave/house music is really too much. It always seems pretty endless and grating to me. But it's also the one type of music that I can never block out with my headphones...unless I want my ears to bleed with by turning my music up too loud. (maybe an option 10 years ago)

Sorry, don't mean to bitch...

 
At 2/10/2006 09:03:00 PM, Blogger Karin said...

Thanks for the feedback. As a general rule we try to let our baristas choose the type of music we play since they are the ones who have to listen to it all day while they work. However, it is important to us that our customers are able to get work done too. I will pass your message on to our manager, Megan, and see how she wants to resolve this issue. In the meantime, if you are ever in our shop and feel the music is inappropriately loud or just plain obnoxious, please don't hesitate to let someone on our staff know. I am certain they will be happy to adjust it for you.

 
At 2/22/2006 07:18:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

mmm those sound good!

I'll have to stop in next week when I am home.

 

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