My Ode to Bongo Java

Bongo Java had once been my second home. I made it a habit to stop by here every day after my classes at Belmont. Then it developed into a Sunday afternoon habit. Well, here I am again on a Sunday, sitting on the deck, enjoying the breeze. When I lived in New York for a short time I made a great effort to look for an equivalent to Bongo there. It’s funny because I found a place like that the last week I was there, Grey Dog’s CafĂ©.

This is a place where I know I can sit and enjoy the outside and chat with people I see from only time to time. I can forget the troubles of my life and get some work done or read that next chapter in my book. It’s a good place for my mind to wonder too.

So if you’ve never taken the time to stop in you should try. The people are friendly and the coffee is good.

3 Comments so far

  1. Amanda (unregistered) on June 28th, 2006 @ 7:09 am

    The people are friendly?!? I’ve never experienced that. Maybe you are getting different people, but they always seem sullen and put out when I go in there.

  2. Mary (unregistered) on June 28th, 2006 @ 3:14 pm

    Yes they do have the indie-I’m-too-Good-For-You-Aire but if you start going regular at least one of them starts to remember you. It takes awhile. I just try to be nice every time and interact when I feel like it.

  3. Kate O' (unregistered) on July 5th, 2006 @ 10:42 am

    The staff at the BJRC on 11th in East Nashville is usually friendly, as are the folks at Fido. I haven’t find much friendliness from the staff at the Belmont location. No idea why.

    But yeah, I love Bongo Java coffee. BJRC is my favorite location.

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