It starts with the shop's namesake brewing method. Although the Japanese 'Siphon' machine originated over 160 years ago, nowadays there are only a handful of places in the U.S. who offer the unique brew. It takes about 10 minutes to create a siphon, via a vacuum process which pulls water through a filter, extracting oils and flavors from rich coffee beans.
"We recommend you drink it here, as a paper 'to-go' cup, tends to ruin the flavor," said Siphon Coffee manager, Carlos Meltzer.
Coffee enthusiasts can also enjoy delicious eats from a menu of breakfast pastries to a variety of paninis, soups and salads for lunch and dinner.
The interior of this cool space is designed from reclaimed wood from 200 year old barns. There are also a variety of seating options from café tables to couches and cushy chairs -- with free-Wi-Fi and plenty of plugs.
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