Our wholesale account spotlight this week is on Muir Woods Coffee House. Muir Woods is on UCSD campus and serves up our delicious coffees and teas to caffeine crazed students in their most dire times. I met the fabulous barista girls, Julia and Nura, during my visit and can easily tell why this this java joint has been voted number one coffee shop on campus for two years in a row. They serve our perfectly made coffee with awesome smiles and make interesting conversation with all their customers. They are a small operation, but clearly are making a big impact on campus.Read More
The Little Italy Mercato is one of the busiest farmers’ markets in San Diego. 150 booths line Date street offering everything from farm fresh produce to artisan cheese, pastured chicken and kitchen ware . Look for Cafe Virtuoso’s yellow tent every Saturday from 8 a.m. – 2 p.m. where we serve up 8 different varieties of hot coffee as well as hot/iced tea and cold brewed coffee. Choose a bag of beans to take home and we will through in a free 12 oz. coffee.
Come by and enjoy your coffee while listening to live local music.
Not being on the sales side of things I seldom have the opportunity to try and experience all the amazing things our clients have to offer. My family and I have been excited to try Gro Cafe since it opened. The concept of this cafe is simple but so inspiring. From being the first cafe to compost in the park to fresh, healthy, and organic foods I knew this was right up our alley. I must say I was blown away. Maria, the owner of Gro Cafe, has put her heart and soul into creating every aspect of this amazing little place.
My favorite photo from the whole day.
I love the support from our youth.
The freshest, yummiest fruit I have ever had at a cafe. Cut fresh daily. For those of you with children that watch the wigglies you may recognize the saying on the photo to the right. Fruit salad…yummy yummy!!
A case full of goodies…which includes vegan muffins.
Supporting Cafe Virtuoso on the menu.
The first compost to hit Balboa Park. A huge step in the right direction for the park.
Original hand made cups from a local artist.
The very friendly and funny staff of Gro Cafe.
Gro Cafe shares a beautiful building in Balboa Park with the Museum of Photographic Arts, San Diego Model Railroad Museum and The San Diego History Center. Look for the green “A” frame sign with arrows pointing you in the right direction. If you need further assistance check out locations page for directions.
Photos taken by: Julie Rings PhotographyRead More