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Topic: drinkable coffee in columbia md? (4 msgs / 143 lines)
1) From: Peter Genuardi
hoping the mid atlantic folks can help me out...i just searched through the
archives quickly and didn't see anything helpful.
i'm in columbia, md for work this week.  i am at this moment sitting in my
new cube drinking (well, staring at and contemplating the drinking of)
maxwell house in a foam cup.
yes, i should have brought some kind of setup from home, but i thought
there'd be some kind of decent coffee around.
can someone save me from myself and recommend a decent coffee house in or
near columbia, md?
thanks much.
 - peter
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2) From: miKe mcKoffee
The only one I know of is 'Spro Coffee in Towson, MD. Jay Caragay's place.http://jaysshaveice.com/Coffee/coffeehome.htmlGoogle maps says it's about 30 minutes from Columbia.
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3) From: David Rossell
I live just south of Columbia.  It is a coffee wasteland, sad to say.  There
is a Starbucks, which is better than Maxwell House, in the big Mall at
Columbia.  There used to be a gourmet grocery in there called Bunn Penny,
which is where I bought whole-bean before moving to home roasting.  Not sure
how good their "fresh" brewed is, or even if they're still around.
Otherwise, there's a good roaster in Annapolis, MD, about a half-hour away by
car. 
Good luck!
David
David Rossell
Administrator of Network Services and Planning
Norwood School
8821 River Rd.
Bethesda, MD 20817
(301) 841-2178
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4) From:
I believe a site that miKe has suggested...and I have used it...is espressomap.com
Dean De Crisce
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