Crema Coffee House, the cultish RiNo coffee stop where tech office geeks in the area and trend-setting hipsters alike converge for a cup of Joe, got a serious space makeover over a three-day closure period. The easiest way to think about it is more space. The coffee bar extended some ten feet towards the back of the original space, the bathroom was moved back as well, and a small room with four additional tables was added behind the new bar.
The best thing about it is that the brewing line is now more seamless. Instead of crowding into one awkward line of caffeine-craving individuals almost busting out the front door, guests will now be able to order and move down the line and talk to the barista (should they choose to) while their coffee is being prepared.
And while only four tables were added to the space, this additional seating will help the crowding situation in this popular coffee joint. In case you were wondering, there are no electrical outlets in the additional space either. A couple of months back, in an effort to crack down on laptop hobos, Crema cut out the public power sources in its space. There was and still is wireless internet, but once your battery is out, there is no plug to recharge from.
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