Hand-Brewed and Fresh-Squeezed at Small Point Cafe
Artists Adam Buck and Anne Wolfe had a vision in 2010: a coffee/café that would serve organic, fair trade and local food and drink, while being as green in their methods and materials as possible.
With backgrounds in construction and design, they created the robots in the bathroom (Adam), the Providence city skyline chalkboard wall (Anne) and built the rest together. Since then Small Point Café has become a Downcity hub.
The coffee is made in small batches, in Chemex brewers, because, according to Adam, "It gives a more even taste and filters out some of the heavier oils that make coffee bitter." The coffee and espresso beans are roasted by Equal Exchange (West Bridgewater, Massachusetts).
For tea drinkers, there are over 30 choices.
They feed the regulars and newcomers alike with sandwiches, salads or wraps: pesto, tomatoes and mozzarella; two turkey variations; chicken salad with goat cheese; and hummus with veggies and greens. For breakfast don't miss the egg sandwiches, bagel creations, yogurt parfaits, oatmeal, quiche and fresh-squeezed OJ.