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Take Your Cues from the Martha Stewart Café

Take Your Cues from the Martha Stewart Café

Not all coffee and tea is the same.  After you discover the flavors you prefer and which brands are better than others you will want to bypass many coffeehouses and bistros.  Confused?  Not to worry.  Here is where my expert knowledge of cooking, restaurants, and trusted expertise comes in handy.  Many readers rely on Jesse Bluma at Pointe Viven as a source for how-to and where-to regarding cookery, culture, and community.  Let an enjoyable experience with Martha Stewart Coffee become one of your new favorites.  

The Martha Stewart Café provides a wonderful assortment of coffee, tea, and baked goods.  Martha’s Blend ground coffee is a medium-roast sourced from beans across the globe, including Kenya, Guatemala, and Indonesia.  The warm, chocolate aroma and flavor of this bold and well composed coffee is an elevated flavor in contrast to many others.  Kobrick Coffee, Jersey City, New Jersey, curate the coffee beans and provide sustainable products.  

“Welcome to the Martha Stewart Café, a dream of mine that has finally become a reality!  Inspired by the wonderful coffee shops I’ve visited all around the world, it’s a place where I can share my favorite handcrafted coffees, teas, and bakery treats with customers who will enjoy them as I do. I hope you’ll make the Martha Stewart Café a part of your daily routine…”.

Pastries and goodies such as croissants, pain au chocolate, granola, candied nuts, muffins, and cookies are also served at the café by Bisous Bisous, Rush Patisserie, and Empire Baking Company.  The chocolate chip twist croissant is a nod to European cookery, light, and a perfect pairing with a hot cup of coffee or cappuccino (an Italian coffee created with hot milk and steamed milk foam).  

The barista and cashier were friendly and knowledgable about menu items.  We had a sociable time discussing ingredients, blends, and pastry recommendations.  The flagship is in New York City at the Starrett-Lehigh building within the Chelsea neighborhood.  A historic building that was a collaboration between the Starrett real estate company and Lehigh Valley railroad.  The second location is located in downtown Sacramento, California.  Dallas is the location of the third café.

My Recommendations

1.  The café is located at 13350 Dallas Parkway, Dallas, Texas 75240.  This store is housed within the Macy’s department store at the Galleria Dallas.  The shopping mall is a drivable distance from downtown Dallas, Dallas Love Field Airport, and suburbs such as Waxahachie, Parker, Highland Park, et cetera.  There are several covered parking garages, valet parking, and access from the rail and bus system.

2.  Dining space is available within the café with square tables and chairs.  Enjoy your coffee, tea, pastry, or other items at one of the tables or take items to go.  Peak times occur on weekends and during holidays.  Check store hours.

3.  The Martha Stewart Café has a respectable number of desirable menu items.  The following were my favorites. 

Chocolate Chip Twist Croissant

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