This photo should definitely jump-start Andrew's
|Table art is included in the price, I assume.|
I asked everyone to clear the room beforehand. Haha.
I was a bit disappointed by the selection of sweeteners. Coffee Proper seemingly doesn't support the artificial stuff, nor does it offer Stevia. On Saturday I had the choice of unbleached sugar or "simple syrup." Considering my terrible relationship with unbleached sugar in the past, I sided on trying simple syrup. (I was relieved to find no chunks of sweetener at the bottom of the glass, but it still wasn't as good as my dear Stevia.)
Space and Atmosphere: Coffee Proper's interior includes more than four-digit-priced wall art. It has a waterfall mounted on a wall beside its counter, wooden flooring, and plenty of ceiling and natural lighting.
|Three photos featuring Andrew? He should feel so lucky.|
What blew Andrew's as well as my minds even more was the pile of quarters laying near the machine. Andrew counted more than $5 of quarters. We didn't ask questions, but I would like to think Coffee Proper's staff left the quarters for patrons to play. If so, that's deserving of a good-Samaritan award.
There was no way Andrew and I were going to pass up a chance of playing Pac-Man. I gave a valiant attempt at beating the game--as soon as I quickly figured out that the goal in the game is to avoid the ghost avatars, not chase them. Andrew's valiant attempt ended far shorter. He lost all three of his Pac-Man's lives within a minute, but he'll tell you I am exaggerating and it was actually four minutes.
|And through that back hallway is the Beck Center, I learned.|
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