Maybe you’ve noticed, we’re actually waffle enthusiasts. Probably because they always go so well with coffee. We look for that crispy texture with a proper dollop of butter and little syrup pockets. Ella and the Blackbird passed our waffle criteria with flying colors. We tried it with their version of a mint mocha. If you don’t like mint on anything, this cup might actually change your mind. If you plan to visit Ella and the Blackbird don’t forget to pair your coffee with food, or you’ll miss out.
Having graduated from its original concept – the first franchise of Craft Coffee Revolution – Ella and The Blackbird has kept most of the interior of its predecessor. The quaint and cozy university town coffeeshop vibe. The collection of artwork made by loyal customers over the years covering their walls. It’s all still there. What has been upgraded is the food and beverage experience. Most noticeable is their switch to a coffee blend that has more complexity, without losing those familiar deep chocolate notes that the café has been known for. There’s also a well curated selection of food now. Have the burger!