Inside Kafe Bohem

The cafe offers free WiFi, but you can also settle in with a paper hung on a Euro-style wooden rod. Photograph by Dakota Fine
A trainer from Vienna coffee company Julius Meinl schooled the Bohem staff in proper brewing techniques. Photograph by Dakota Fine
A glass-enclosed case offers an array of breakfast pastries and afternoon treats. Lunch items will be available in a few weeks. Photograph by Dakota Fine
Teas like green kimono, ginger-lemon, and cir royal are served in individual teapots. Photograph by Dakota Fine
Yerkes describes Meinl’s Caffè del Moro—used in most of the Bohem espresso drinks—as a “bright start with rich dark chocolate notes and undertones of lemon and copper.” Photograph by Dakota Fine
Look for a walk-up coffee window in the coming weeks. Photograph by Dakota Fine

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