Friday, April 22, 2016

O Is for Oren's Daily Roast

Real life is getting dangerously close to derailing my A to Z blogging. But I'm returning to semi-regularly scheduled content from my detour for "N." I'm also chopping vegetables and fruit for tonight's Passover Seder, which starts in just about five hours. I know everything will get done -- it usually does -- but I do want to do a post for "O." We're staying in my Upper West Side neighborhood for a quick trip down the street to Oren's Daily Roast.
 
 I stopped here last month -- it's about six blocks from home -- before I began to take my interest in the variety of beans and roasting. This is one of my regular spots for a coffee treat. My only change in routine was to take photographs. I ordered my iced coffee light and as usual, enjoyed it. It wasn't especially memorable, but definitely worth drinking and liking, a very solid B+.  

A sort-of-selfie in Oren's window. 


 
I enjoyed the display of the coffee beans offered at Oren's and I'm interested in a return visit to buy beans to take home. In warm weather I'm out and about more and treat myself to iced coffee, but yes, I do make coffee at home, especially first thing in the morning in cold weather. 
 
I need to resume my fruit and veggie chopping, but wishing all who celebrate Passover, a sweet and happy holiday. 
 
So much coffee and so little time! As ever, thanks for visiting. 
 

8 comments:

Mimi said...

Do you say "Happy Passover?" Whatever the proper words, I'm wishing you a happy holiday.

shortybear said...

enjoy the holiday

TARYTERRE said...

Happy Pesach. May your seder be blessed with joy and love.

Vanilla Bean said...

Wishing you a happy holiday filled with good moments.

goodnightgram said...

Happy Pesach. And thanks for another coffee break with you.

Starting Over, Accepting Changes - Maybe said...

I hope you have a happy Passover. You are a disaplined person to squeeze in a post while preparing for the holiday. Enjoy!

I'm mostly known as 'MA' said...

Sending you the best of wishes for a blessed Passover.

Annesphamily said...

I hope you have had many blessings during Passover. Enjoy your week.