Chilebrown at home

Thursday, January 29, 2009


Chilebrown has a new hangout. It is 'Catahoula's' coffee shop in Richmond, California. With the purchase of a fancy new laptop it was appropriate to find a place to hang out. Starbucks is so passe. An Urban Hipster like myself, I needed to find a comfortable, friendly, and WI-FI ready establishment. Eureka! Gold was found at Catahoula's. A local coffee house that just so happens to be dog friendly. There are a couple of seats outside so Mojo and Oscar can hang with the 'Beautiful People'.

The owner, Timber, is involved in helping the community. He has sponsored events promoting local artists and the High School gardening club. Timber buys coffee beans that support the farmers and sustains the environment. Oh, bye the bye the coffee tastes great. His staff takes pride in making great and artistic coffee drinks. Ms. Goofy always gets a Mocha and there is a unique design painted in the chocolate foam.

Another reason to hang out at Catahoula's is its location. It is a central meeting place of some interesting food writer's and characters. Meathenge Labs is walking distance away. You never know who you might meat here.

Zoomie Station

Cookiecrumb & Cranky

Why are these bloggers eyes blacked out? My lawyer and financial advisor told me to let these writers keep their anonymity. This is the same lawyer that advised me to drink heavily after going over last years finances. Stop on by Catahoula's sometime and say hello!
12472 San Pablo Ave
Richmond, CA 94805
(510) 235-0525


Kailyn said...

Well of course you go to Catahoula's. No one who's really hip goes to Starbuck's. If they go to a chain, it's Peet's. Maybe Muddy Waters if you're in SF. But otherwise real hipsters hang at the locally owned places.

And I'm loving that hat that Zoomie and Cookiecrumb are sporting. Almost as fantabulous as the one Aretha wore. (I almost typed "worked" but now that I think about it, that may be the more apt word.)

Chilebrown said...

The millinery that Cookiecrumb and Zoomie are wearing is why they are so intriguing. I lift my Chapeau for the courage of these Women to take a fashion stand!!!!!

cookiecrumb said...

I think the hat "worked" Aretha, y'know what I'm sayin'?
I'm getting one. :D

Zoomie said...

I adored Aretha's hat - she looked great in it! And we fashionistas have to stick together!