Great place for a coffee break in New Orleans doesn't matter the time! Warm and welcoming place! Staff was always nice and helpful.
I am a fan of good cold brewed coffee. This is the best I have ever had. I will visit here again on my next trip to New Orleans.
The customer service was excellent and the coffee was even better. A few friends partook of some pastries that they enjoyed. It was not the best but palatable. It was nice to see a selection of GF options. The bonus was that it stayed open until midnight.
The staff, coffee, tea, lemonade, and pastries is awesome. You get free Wifi too, just ask for the password! If you are a friend of Bill W. There are mtgs here.
I LOVE going to Mojo--always a great cup of coffee, courteous staff and laid back atmosphere. Easy to get to and always full of interesting people, a visit to Mojo is never disappointing. I love their cookies and pastries and enjoy them with a cup of coffee when I want a little bit of a treat. This Garden District coffee... 更多
Full offering of coffee drinks and some pastries too. Perfect for an after dinner coffee or espresso. Outside or inside seating. The coffee itself was OK, not great but not too bad either. It's just impossible to find a coffee house open past 7 in most places so we were quite happy to find this place on Magazine Street.
We were waiting for a table at a breakfast place down the street when we came across this place. Tucked away from the Main Street of St. Charles Ave. this coffee house, and it's cool vibe, hit the spot. They have handmade coffee mixes, lemonades, and teas. I chose the limeade and it was delicious. Definitely a must if you... 更多
Made a couple of stops (alone and/or with colleagues) every time on the way to meeting or back to the apartment. They have a list of various drinks. I had an espresso on my first visit and it was just excellent. Stayed with espresso for later visits. There were a few cakes and other quick snacks. The ambience is perfect... 更多
We stopped by and my husband had coffee, but I had delicious lemonade, which was hand squeezed and had juice or tea available as add-ins. They also had an interesting "espresso and tonic" drink that I wanted to try but never got to. It was always hoppin' and seemed like a real community cafe.