Being inside Fremont Coffee Company feels like hanging out at home. It’s an old rickety house with a porch, there’s a hodgepodge of seating arrangements, carpets, and really good coffee (plus free wifi). Whether you get a simple americano or a cherry coconut milk latte, you probably won’t want to leave, much like your own apartment. If someone in your apartment knew how to make a cherry coconut milk latte.
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