This place is small, so the smell of coffee is super concentrated. There's not much place to sit, especially if it's busy, which it seems to be most of the time. This isn't one of those homey coffee shops that you can study at headphoneless, this is an establishment with decent coffee and cool coffee related services. If you know Tallahassee, you know Lucky Goat basically dominates the market here for coffee. It's quite impressive, actually. I love how this shines in their reasonably priced, all-rounder coffee and that you can recycle your coffee bags! More companies need to do that. As for the coffee, like I said, it's pretty decent. I had a single origin that they were offerring at the time that was advertised as being full bodied with a lingering sweetness or something. It hit the mark, but a bit underwhelmingly so. I prefer my own pour-overs with the coffee I get from Trade, but man is Lucky Goat priced beautifully, I may even switch to getting their coffee, It's like half the price of any roaster from Trade. I have to try more before making a full judgement and switch, but it was definitely good enough to go again.