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Posted by Oasis for Moms/Kids on 04/28/2008
I stumbled upon Nada one rainy afternoon out with our 3 year old son. We were on our way to the nearby Walgreens, when it started to drizzle. At first I was hesitant, because it didn't look like a "kid friendly" place...too serene, too lovely...not the usual mess of folks on their cell phones and kids running around. I was amazed: Our son unwrapped 30 straws, and the owner thought he was adorable. She kept him entertained while I had a lovely cup of coffee (they also have teas,which are great.) We spent over 90 minutes there, and never felt that the boisterous boy, or the soggy mom had better leave soon to "turn over" the table. I think Nada's true "customer base" is neighborhood moms who are weary of trying to have a relaxing coffee/tea/snack with businesspeople shouting on their cell phones, or a crush of people knocking their kids over.
Posted by Jen M on 12/30/2007
I only ordered a nonfat latte and it was okay. The design is very minimalist/contemporary. I don't know if I would hang out there and take advantage of the free wireless but it's a great place to grab a coffee on your way to the train or the bus.
Posted by Anonymous on 01/28/2007
Nada is a "no nonsenese" place for tea and coffee. Excellent green tea drinks. Their sandwiches and scones delivered from Sweets & Savories are also great values.