This is a tough one. Honestly, the people behind the bar are very friendly. Customers come and stay as long as they want. Nobody gets shooed away. The tables outside are ample. Some good bands sometimes, too.
Most of all, there's the free wi-fi, of course. It always works well here.
But there are the downsides. First, though it has a decent coffee bar feel, I can't help but feeling I"m trapped in a 1980s furniture commercial -- way to much wicker. Second, the bathroom is shared by like four businesses, and it's not exactly top-notch.
Most importantly, it is a coffee bar, but half the menu is worth trying. Mochas, cappuccinos all the coffee drinks are, frankly, not good. The drip coffees? Not bad, but it's frustrating when you go there, and want a mocha. So if you want a black coffee and need a place for wi-fi, head here. Otherwise, keep driving.