We're more than great coffee
Welcome to Rohs Street Cafe, where community comes first - but coffee is a real close second. We're passionate about serving the Clifton Heights community, and we're passionate about connecting our community to the larger coffee growing community around the world. Since 2003 we've been committed to making the finest and the fairest cup of coffee in town. If coffee, community, and the arts are your thing, you're in the right place.
We can't wait to meet you in person, but in the meantime here are a few things you can check out on our site. Curious about how we got here? Check out Our Story. Want to know where our beans are coming from? We've got a page for that, too. If you want to know more about our arts and music community, learn about volunteering, or get to know our baristas, you can do all of that here as well.
The 3rd installment of the San Jeronimo Miramar Tasting Series is here! This Ethiopian varietal, "P15," has tasting notes of lime, pralines, and caramel. Get some while you can - all three entires in the tasting series have been going fast!
This week, we're also pleased to feature the newest offering from Deeper Roots, the Honduras Alexis Gonzales. This beauty has tasting notes of vanilla cream, jasmine, and sweet melon.
While you're at it, check out our newest page, listing our current offerings. Check back often - because it's the easiest way to see what kinds of beans we're currently carrying from both Onyx Coffee Lab and Deeper Roots.
Coffee deliveries arrive weekly on Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. This week:
Deeper Roots Coffee (Cincy, OH)
Summer Punch (iced, nitro)
Ethiopia Amaro Gayo Natural
Guatemala La Armonia Hermosa
Brazil FAF Celso & Gertrudes
Guatemala San Jeronimo Miramar P5
Onyx Coffee Lab (Fayetteville, AK)
Ethiopia Guji Hambela (pour-over and single-origin espresso)
Ethiopia Maji Bebeka
Costa Rica F1 Hybrid
Colombia San Antonio
Kenya Karinga AB
Coffee tastes better when there is music or poetry in the air. We offer live, local and national acts regularly on the weekends and the Queen City Poetry Slam every other Thursday night. You’ll find an eclectic range of performers and bands, from jazz, to bluegrass, even the occasional rap artist. Coffee never sounded so good.
Monday - Friday: 7am - 11pm
Saturday: 9am - 11pm
Sunday: 2pm - 11pm
Rohs Street Cafe is located in University Christian Church at the corner of McMillan and Rohs Streets.