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Spots, Sights and Sounds

Cibolo's Emily Place Coffee Shop is warm and cozy, just like a coffee spot should be

Cibolo's Emily Place Coffee Shop is warm and cozy, just like a coffee spot should be

by Christian Michael

November 01, 2015


While visiting friends in Cibolo, I stopped by to tap a few things onto one of my writing projects and was pleasantly surprised to land on a local coffee spot in the bedroom community of Cibolo.

The shoppe is nestled in with old-town Cibolo (as I can figure it), and looks like it had been someone's house during or sometime just after the second world war. Parking along old train tracks, I walked past outdoor seating and even a children's play area into a cozy front room with a couch and high table while a side room hosted a number of teenage girls I assume were part of some cheer or dance group. (I don't remember why i thought it was so.)

With three main sitting areas throughout the house, it was perfectly setup to host multiple groups simultaneously. I set up in the front near the ordering bar and got myself a rather large muffin to accompany it.

The noise from the other room was full but not distracting. The place ordered a surprisingly large menu and appeared to be a community hotspot, full of posted ads and notes. The internet wifi had great signal and the coffee and muffin were tasty.

I imagine the whole place is packed during temperature-friendly evenings, which in South Texas is probably most of the year.

Honestly I'm jealous I'm stuck mostly with Starbucks and okay-local coffee shops here on the west end of San Antonio. This is the kind of place I'd frequent so much they'd pay me to be there out of pure misunderstanding that I was never hired.

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