The Sandino family business brings their coffee from their farm in Nicaragua, their mission to share that quality coffee that one could find in Nicaragua before the Sandinista-Contra War devastated their economy. Currently, a sixth generation now works in the business. Quite a cool story on their site.
Yup, you can also buy their coffee online.
In addition to the full espresso menu, there are baked goods and a breakfast menu served all day.
I wanted to try the drip coffee straight up and got a small cup of it ($1.50). It's excellent, not bitter, and has such a lovely roasted flavor that would bolster any cream or chocolate added to it.
I returned about a week later and got their latte ($3.00). Again, very solid, comforting, and not too bitter.
In a region where we're spoiled by the abundance of quality coffee places, Sandino Coffee Roasters is yet another wonderful place to head to. 8.75/10