Large windows, wooden interiors, the smell of fresh coffee—you get the idea. The space is huge and even has a massive coffee grounding machine that's visible through a glass wall (unfortunately you can't go back there).
Speaking of java itself, the roastery has 16 kinds of different coffee beans from all over the world and multiple preparation styles (pour over, French press, etc.), and a to-the-point quick bites menu that includes a killer eggplant sandwich and all-day breakfast.
They source their coffee from places like Papua New Guinea, Kenya, Costa Rica, Peru, and of course, India. It also makes for a great space for experiential tastings, activities, and other interactive stuff.