El Diablo Coffee Co

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Come to our coffee house!

Jamie

When I lived in Seattle, this was my favorite place for coffee, meetup, or a quiet afternoon by myself. My favorite drink there was the Mexican Mocha (I can't remember its exact name). It had a very unique taste that you don't find in other places. I enjoyed it a lot. I missed the staff. He or she was always friendly and smiling. As soon as I walked in, the staff would have paper and pen ready. I remember one of the staff knew basic ASL. My Deaf-Blind friend used to go there a lot and the staff was great with her. Maybe my DB friend still goes there. The decor was unique as well, simple and creative. They have more of a living room kind of set up, leaving you a cozy feeling.

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