No...the place is really called "A Minor Place", located in the backstreets of Brunswick, the place will leave you feeling just a little scared. You are in no doubt that you are in Brunswick, and you are in no doubt that you are in the backstreets of Brunswick.
I was tempted not to get out of my car and just drive back given it was full of alternative types (very alternative, and I'm not exaggerating) and I was on my lunch break - I really needed to look dirtier and have scruffier hair. However, I mustered enough courage to check the place out and get out of my car. Once inside, I was a put at ease that the congregation outside was not reflective of EVERYONE that frequents this place. Trust me, the look, and the fact that they were sitting on milk crates was not something I look for in a coffee joint.
Overall, good coffee, good sandwiches and decent service (albeit, scary). It was sort of like discovering degraves espresso bar back in the days when I was young and naive, but 10 fold more hardcore. I had to wait far too long for my food, but having said that, even Seven Seeds has made me wait 20mins for takeaway once. So I think i'm getting used to the fact that in Brunswick, you just have to wait.
A bit of a hike from work, so I probably wouldn't be visiting this place too frequently, whilst Toby's Estate and Seven Seeds still delivers my fix.
A Minor Place, 103 Albion St, Brunswick