REVIEW: Palace Coffee Company is more than just a coffee

Photo courtesy of Wilson Lemieux
Espresso to tea, Palace Coffee Company provides for caffeine-lovers of every kind.
Photo courtesy of Wilson Lemieux  Espresso to tea,  Palace Coffee Company provides for caffeine-lovers of  every kind.
Photo courtesy of Wilson Lemieux
Espresso to tea,
Palace Coffee Company provides for caffeine-lovers of
every kind.

By Taylor Rittenhouse

Ranger Reporter

 

Palace Coffee Company is a place to unwind, relax and spend time with family and friends. It also is a place to play board games such as Monopoly and Uno, card games and even dominoes.

At Palace Coffee Company, customers can listen to live music and meet artists, do homework, read books and most important, drink coffee.

The business at 420 15th St. in Canyon definitely is the coffee house of choice for many area residents. The customer service is topnotch, and the best part is that its employees make amazing coffee into an art form, literally.

They make designs in the foam of the coffee that makes the experience that much more amazing. The tea is exceptional, and the atmosphere is by far the best.

This coffee house has more to offer than others. It brings new things to the table. The website offers products for all types of coffee lovers. Palace Coffee even has a blog for people to keep up with the events and to look at their own personal calendar for upcoming events.

Palace tweets and posts photos to Instagram so others can keep in touch and connect with the coffehouse. It all comes together to allow people to share their love of coffee.

Last weekend, I went to see Jaymin McAffrey for some live music. He has a passion for writing music, singing and playing the guitar. He sang his heart out.

The best part about watching amazing artists such as Jaymin is drinking coffee while doing so. It makes the experience that much more exciting and worth it.

Palace Coffee Company is my cup of choice for coffeehouses. The hangout area is relaxing and inviting and a great way to socialize or just lie back and keep to yourself with a great book and coffee. It’s not just coffee or a coffeehouse – it’s an art.

Visit www.palacecoffee.co for more information.

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