Wednesday, March 31, 2010

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Friday, February 20, 2009

Thank you Stanford Daily!

Great article in the Stanford Daily on February 18th, 2009. Thank you Caroline Caselli!

Here's a little snippet:
"The CoHo emits a cozy aura with its mismatched sofas and rustic tables. The walls are covered by smatterings of whimsical artwork — close up paintings of faces that resemble the cover of "Super Size Me," a still life of a coffee mug and caricatures of famous Stanford-affiliated people, from Reese Witherspoon to Robin Lopez..."

Monday, February 16, 2009

Peerless Coffee & Tea has been family owned since it opened in 1924. We are proud to serve this line of tea in addition to our others, and it is with this excitement that we highlight their tea product this week!

Their teas (& coffee) are organic and fresh. Every year, the Vukasin family travels worldwide in search of the highest quality. "Our Philosophy is simple; source the best and deliver fresh. John Vukasin established that philosophy and we have continued to live by it through our third generation of Vukasins."

Come in and try our selection of Peerless organic teas: Earl Grey, Jasmine Green Tea, Chamomile, Peppermint, and English Breakfast. (Try it also with a treat from our window for an enhanced taste!)

Wednesday, February 11, 2009

First of all, thank you CoHo lovers for all of your feedback! Because of the overwhelming responses and thoughts, we aren't able to reply to each person's email or post. However, we are listening to each one! In the coming weeks, you should begin to see changes underway in regards to replacing plastic spoons with biodegradable and metal cutlery as well as seeing composting bins in the dining area. (More to come on that.) We are grateful to you and are excited to serve you in this capacity!

Secondly, as you are well aware...this weekend is a special little holiday. We thought up a great menu with an amazing price. We will be serving it all day February 13th and 14th. Happy Valentine's Day from all of us a The CoHo!

White fish shrimp and mango ceviche $5.95
Zucchini flower, mushroom & zucchini risotto with lemon sauce $6.95
Add salmon $1.75 | Add chicken $1.25
Signature tiramisu with berry sauce $5.50
Beignets and chocolate sauce $5.00

Be cozy this weekend. Be cozy at The CoHo!

Thursday, February 5, 2009

A New Fry?

The buzz of conversation. The smell of coffee. The sound of the grind. The lifting of the spoon to taste the warm, delicious soup...Good times are happening here at The CoHo. This has always been your coffee house. We stand by you, and you stand by us. So we want to take this time to get your thoughts.

We are thinking about going green. Like really green, yet with any new trend comes the higher price tag. You may not realize, but 'tater spoons are muy expensivo (in comparison to plastics) for anyone at the moment, let alone an independent coffee house. Do you genuinely think it would bring in more business to compensate for our possible increase in spending? Would you come here more if you knew your take-out was better for the environment? Here's a lovely fact that makes my heart flutter: a biodegradable potato spoon composts in 180 days as opposed to a plastic spoon, that well, doesn't. We're also looking into corn cutlery, but our findings reveal that potato ones are more versatile. They can maintain their spoon form at up to 200 degrees F. (You could eat potato soup, hash browns, latkes, heck, a baked potato (!) all with a perhaps one of their old 'tater friends from the field. They're born together, raised together, eaten together, degrade together, enter the potato Form together...jeepers, I think my heart is melting...)

Being locally and privately owned, we do want to do our part in caring for the Earth while still being able to serve you! Being Eco-friendly is on our minds at The CoHo these days, so please share your thoughts to help us. You can either post your response or email Thanks for caring as we try to learn how best to care as well. Cheers!

Thursday, August 7, 2008

New food at the CoHo: not your average grub

Real plates, fresh sandwiches, just-baked pastries: yum.

Although I haven’t been able to sample all of the CoHo’s new cuisine, there’s definitely something to be said for the revamped menu. Eating off real plates, with real silverware, in comfy chairs…I’m already ready for a more gourmet dining experience.

Personal favorites:
Chicken salad croisssaindwich: at the cheapest sandwich at $4.95, if you’re looking for a nice sized sandwich on the go, this is your pick. The best perk, in my opinion, is the super fresh croissant that the sandwich comes on. The chicken salad is standard without any weird surprises, but surprisingly good. Pick up some chips if you don’t think it’ll be enough to satisfy you. Salt and Vinegar are my fave....but they're only for the adventurous.

Ham/Mozzarella Panini: The mozzarella is much much nicer than your standard American processed cheese, and the panini’s come with a fresh garden salad tossed in a vinaigrette on the side so that you feel like you’re getting some greens, which I appreciate.

Chai lattes: personally, I can’t get enough of them. Uses Oregon Chai mix (same as Peet’s coffee/other major coffee houses) and you can choose either non-fat or whole milk. Go for the non-fat if you want it a little spicier. Also, note the Clover Organic Milk you're getting. Nice.

Pastries: you may gawk initially at the relatively high price of the pastries (around 3.00), but don’t be fooled. I’ve now tasted five different kinds, and have not been disappointed. Having just come back from a quarter abroad in Paris with a daily intake of 2 pastries/day, I had high expectations. They’re fresh, clean, baked daily on site, and there’s a wonderful variety that changes every day. Favorites so far: cheesecake tart and their infamous chocolate cake. Don't miss 'em.

more reviews coming soon...!

Friday, July 18, 2008

CoHo 80s Night

This past Wednesday at the CoHo, we had 80s night. Because, you know, who doesn't love the 80s? But as the saying goes, a picture is worth 1000 words.... so instead of making you read, scroll down to check out some 80s night photos.
Check out the wicked CoHo sticker sunglasses.Special appearance from KZSU DJ Jack Kamm