They have an assortment of coffee selections, both hot and cold. In addition, the kitchen makes two types of burritos, veggie and chorizo. Being a thorough reviewer, I opted to try BOTH of them just for the sake of completeness (ah yes, the SOSG sacrifice). Both are jammed packed with flavor goodness, but what separates these from other burritos seems to lie in the smoked tomatoes and the integrated chips which gives them both a rustic and whimsical taste. Plus the wrapped tortilla is grilled to just the right amount of crispness so you get that satisfying crunch when biting into the burritos. They also come with a spicy red sauce and a milder verde sauce. I'm not much of a coffee drinker, but Mrs. and Mamma Cora said the coffee was spot on.
And, of course, the Dodger decor could not be beat, with a Dodger blue painted espresso machine, bobbleheads above the counter, and specially commissioned original art of Dodger legends, both past and present. The Cofax logo resembles both the Dodger script on the signage and the Brooklyn Dodger logo on with window and hats. So give a local Dodger coffee shop a try, and if you mention that you heard about them through SOSG, you will probably get a quizzical look and a "uh ok, what would you like to order." You can also follow them on what mamma Cora likes to call "The Facebooks and Instant Grams". Try it and let me know what you think! Also, if you know another place with Dodger memorabilia, I will again sacrifice the stomach, put on the stretchy pants, and review it. Enjoy and bon appetit!
|Original Dodger Artwork|
|Commissioned For The Store|
|Specially Painted Dodger Blue Espresso Machine|
|Chorizo Burrito + Avo|
|Cofax Logo Hailing The Brooklyn Dodgers|
|Coffee Signage in Dodger Script|
|One Of Many Speciality Donuts|