Cafe Jumping Bean
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1439 W 18th St · interesting places nearby
Cafe Jumping Bean information
This ramshackle cafe will make you feel like a regular as soon as you step through the door. It serves excellent hot focaccia sandwiches, baked goods and strong coffee to the 20- and 30-something crowd of local bohemians. Chess and domino games are always breaking out.
The comfy confines make it an excellent spot for whiling away a couple of hours with a mocha, soaking up Pilsen’s colorful surrounds.