Tiny things are cute!
They are also manageable. I visited the Biscuit Factory based on two recommendations. One from a friend who enjoyed their cup of coffee, and another which recommended the tiny cookies that kids love!
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There are little treats that range in price from 10 cents to 50 cents. This gives kids the joy of choosing a few of them, which they really like doing!
The locations are small, but there is enough space to hang out for a bit, get the kids their sugar fix and for the adults to enjoy your own.
Of course I had a capuccino. Im a simple person with predictable needs. This was not a Coffee Nazi cap, but it was sweet, and devoid of anything unpleasant at all. A little like some of the better raised ladies I know. The only criticism it got from this ring of coffee snobs, was that there was not a stronger coffee flavor. It is my opinion that this is a perfect cap for most moms out with kids. Not everyone is looking for an episode of “Iron Barista” everytime they drink a cup. I am. But I have come to accept that most people are not. Mostly.
The nice little shelf of goods makes it a good spot to bring a visitor too. You can have a glass of wine, coffee, cookies, chat, and leave with a nice candle to take home. I recommend a stop, if you like this sort of “conversation and a cookie” habit. I do, and my daughter could not have been happier.