Lettered Streets Coffeehouse

Written by on July 27, 2010 in I Eat America, I Eat...Out with 0 Comments

(letteredstreetscoffee.com) – Bellingham
How I heard of this place: Mojgan and I drove past it yesterday as we were in the midst of running errands. Today, when the call for coffee and a quaint cafe from which to work came, I suggested checking out the new spot. We both agree it was worth the experiment in search of cute, new coffee shops in Bellingham to check out!
Type of cuisine: Cafe with hot, iced and blended coffee beverages, teas, hot cocoa, Italian sodas and sweet pastries including scones, muffins, raw & gluten free desserts.
Ambiance: Set in what looks to be an old home, the bright yellow and rust-colored walls, tall ceilings and wooden furniture make you feel at home in the space! One entrance opens to bar stool seating at high tables and the barista counter where orders may be placed and delivered to your table. The adjacent room, which has its own entrance from the outside, or through the doorway at the end of the barista counter, is full of seating, books for adults and children, local artwork and bright day light streaming forth from the near floor to ceiling windows! French music plays in the background, gaily and joyfully without overtaking conversation, but enough to feel like you have your own cozy work space. Traffic noises from outside can be hears as people stop at the light to cross Dupont and F Streets with their cars, trucks and motorcycles. But it’s more the noise of life and things continuing to go on outside as you sit in your cafe haven enjoying the creamy java at the tip of your fingers!
What I ordered: I ordered an 8-ounce non-fat single ristretto vanilla latte, on the sweet side ($2.35). My sister ordered the 20-ounce mug of non-fat latte ($4.05) that was delivered to our table with a rosetta atop the glossy foam.
What I loved: The creamy, smooth flavor of the coffee, layered with the sweet taste of vanilla made me love this cafe as a place to which I must return on future trips to Bellingham!
Why I loved it: The ambiance presents itself to one of casual ease where I can study, read a magazine, work or bring a friend with whom I wish to catch up! A light, smooth coffee over conversation or a good read makes LSC a great go-to cafe!
Cost: Low to average ($2-$4.50 for coffee beverages)

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