Once you’re inside, you can either go to the counter if you’re ordering to-go, or you can seat yourself. As my server gave me ample time to decide, I took in my environment. It was cozy, and I felt like it was simulating Boston. I chalk this up to the décor because parts of it were brick, reminding me of what I can assume life is like up north during the cold, unforgivable winter, drinking cocoa by the fireplace.
The honey nut coffee was hot and worth every sip. The fluffy whip cream, recommended by the server, definitely enhanced the taste.
The NJ pork rolls were hot! I could see the steam rising. Asiago bread was again wisely recommended by my awesome server. I’m glad that it was, actually. As you can see, two pieces of meat are on each side with hash brown sandwiched between the egg and bread. The bread was toasted and the hash browns had a soft texture (not crispy).
The Chipotle ciabatta had just the right amount of chipotle mayo lathered on. Tomato and spinach come with the sandwich. One can order the sandwich with or without meat. What can I say…I was in the mood for chicken.
Without a doubt, I would recommend Coffee Factory & Café for a casual setting to hang with friends or meet a new friend. They have a variety of coffee like Raspberry Shortcake, Cookies N’ Cream, French Vanilla (personal fave), and more.