Restaurant review: Vintage Timeless Coffee
Hot Ink Reporter Lillie Roney reviews Vintage Timeless Coffee.
EDMOND — Move over, Starbucks. A new coffee house is in town.
Located at NW 150 and Western Avenue, Vintage Timeless Coffee has taken classic drinks and put its own style to them.
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All of the coffee is organic, and customers have the option of substituting regular milk for soy, organic, or half-and-half for an extra 50 cents. An extra shot of espresso is 50 cents, and an energy mix is only 75 cents.
Customers can choose from 29 extra flavors to add to their coffee, ranging from the classic caramel to a more adventurous marshmallow to an out-of-this-world strawberry. The menu includes everything from regular brewed coffee to the classic chai tea latte to Vintage's personal Lucky Charm, complete with Irish cream, caramel, hazelnut and green sprinkles.
Try adding strawberry to that to really give your taste buds a spin.
Prices range from $2 to $5.50, depending on the size. Cupcakes, muffins, scones and cookies the size of a small child's face are offered as well for no more than $3 apiece.
A long bar makes up most of the seating. An outlet is between each table and between each pair of chairs at the bar so customers can use their laptops with ease.
Customers also have the ability to see where the magic happens. All equipment, including the dishwashing station, is in eye's view directly behind the bar.
The window and mood lighting, background music and paintings and photographs by local artists all set the tone. Studying at night here is laid back and easy.
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