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Cup & Bar | Artisan Quarter - Central Eastside Portland

Melanie Wong | Sep 18, 201801:00 AM    

On the lazy morning after entertaining Saturday night, https://www.chowhound.com/post/green-... , we made our way to Cup & Bar to start our day.

Cup & Bar unites the Ranger bean-to-bar chocolate factory with Trailside coffee roaster.

Both manufacture on site and combine their cultures and offerings on the cafe menu.

For me, Dirty Charlie, $4.50, Celebrate espresso with a square of Ranger chocolate and overflowing steamed milk in demitasse.

Drinking chocolate (Wildcard) for Cynsa was a bit too sugary served with lightly sweetened whipped cream and a sparkling water chaser, $6.

No sugar, no caffeine Patty enjoyed her steamed milk with cinnamon.

Definitely a fun concept, yet neither the espresso nor chocolate wow'd solo or together.

Cup & Bar
118 NE MLK Jr. Blvd.
Portland, OR 97232
(503) 388-7701

Cup Bar

Cup & Bar coffee shop in Portland, OR. Coffee. Chocolate. Food.

cupandbar.com
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