A few days ago, I was feeling a little lazy…I admit it. Â The first step is acceptance, right? Anyways, I really didn’t feel like driving the 2 blocks to Starbucks 26th Street, even though I do love Steven (with a ‘v’ I was corrected). Â So I figured to burn off the five M&M’s I ate earlier that day I’d walk my happy self to Java Boys.
First of all, can we please discuss that it was almost just as crowded as Starbucks. I was pretty shocked. Â After I walked past all of the guys sitting at the outdoor tables and after I made it through the jungle of stares i got (ya know, because I’m a real girl with real boobies) I made it to the counter where I was greeted by some super nice, perky men.
I have to say, I was a little apprehensive about going to Java Boys because they are located SO close to Humpy’s. Â I wasn’t sure if the bad attitudes from Humpy’s were going to seep through the walls into Java Boys. Â It didn’t, ya’ll are safe.
So i ordered my small iced coffee, which tasted amazing. Â The guy at the counter also called me “sweetie,” which I’m a big fan of. Â It just kind of reminds me of the South and for some reason I just like it. Â Go with it.
In all seriousness though, Java Boys is a really great establishment. Â If you’re looking for a nice, chill place to hang out during the day I suggest going and hanging out there. Â They have a few tv’s set up and while i was relaxing in one of the most comfortable chairs ever, they were playing Lisa Lampanelli.
Gay Wilton Manors is lucky to have a business like this. Â Keep up the good work!