Where community is as vital as caffeine
Occupying Gambier’s busiest intersection, the coffee house offers a full array of coffees and teas, plus bagels, pastries, cookies, soups and light sandwiches. But here, community is as vital as caffeine. This is the place where friends meet for a snack, professors have long talks with students, and classes sometimes gather to elucidate texts between sips. Day or night, the booths and tables are occupied by people chatting, reading, writing, browsing through a newspaper, spending quality time with their laptops, or just taking a quiet break.
Fact: Mark and David Forman, the father-and-son team that runs Wiggin Street, care about sustainability. They travel to Central and South America, working with importers so that they can trace their beans to individual farmers.