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Java Coast Cafe information
Behind a grungy downtown roller door, a skinny alleyway leads to a hidden cafe garden with a fountain, subtropical plants and Buddha statues. An oasis on the Java coast! Good coffee, teas, salads, burgers and open grilled sandwiches with Asian accents.