Dominating the Hill Street end of Grand Central Market is G&B, a big coffee operation from the same people as Go Get ’Em Tiger. Walk up to the bar to order a cappuccino (perhaps with their housemade macadamia almond milk), or take a seat at the counter for a waffle with your macchiato.
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