noble tree: coffee & tea

free wifi, great coffee, serious pie
set in a 3 floor vintage house
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meet up or private party!
contact : ideas@philcoextra.com
2444 n clark chicago il 60614

Nov 19, 2008 7:21am
noble tree poster to be placed in fullerton tcf branch as featured business with flyers and such : design by darren & angel of doejo interactive media

noble tree poster to be placed in fullerton tcf branch as featured business with flyers and such : design by darren & angel of doejo interactive media

Nov 19, 2008 7:16am

Metromix TV interview by Bahar Takhtehchian on Noble Tree Coffee & Tea with Phil Tadros & Tree Peeps :]

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8 Great Spots To Read By Christopher Borrelli |Tribune reporter April 3, 2008 The Noble Tree2444 N. Clark St.; 773-248-1500; open 6 a.m.-10 p.m. weekdays, 7 a.m.-10 p.m. weekendsPeter Vitale likes to think his Lincoln Park coffeehouse was born for classic shut-out-the-world reading. His great-great grandmother was Kate Chopin, best known for her stories of Louisiana and the early feminist classic “The Awakening.” He spent so much time in law school looking for a good place to concentrate, he added, “I appreciate how hard it can be.” Though open only since February, Noble Tree appears deceptively lived-in. Wander upstairs, and you’re in an old three-story home—still furnished like a home. Vitale bought the stone row house with Philip Tadros, who converted an old pharmacy in Uptown into the Dollop Coffee Co. Give them points for authenticity. The soft reconditioned couches come from antique shops around Belmont; and the wingback chairs once lived in the Drake Hotel. Every table has a lamp, the coffee is Metropolis, and that all-encompassing quiet—astonishing for a busy coffeehouse.
8 Great Spots To Read
By Christopher Borrelli |Tribune reporter
April 3, 2008
 The Noble Tree

2444 N. Clark St.; 773-248-1500; open 6 a.m.-10 p.m. weekdays, 7 a.m.-10 p.m. weekends

Peter Vitale likes to think his Lincoln Park coffeehouse was born for classic shut-out-the-world reading. His great-great grandmother was Kate Chopin, best known for her stories of Louisiana and the early feminist classic “The Awakening.” He spent so much time in law school looking for a good place to concentrate, he added, “I appreciate how hard it can be.” Though open only since February, Noble Tree appears deceptively lived-in. Wander upstairs, and you’re in an old three-story home—still furnished like a home. Vitale bought the stone row house with Philip Tadros, who converted an old pharmacy in Uptown into the Dollop Coffee Co. Give them points for authenticity. The soft reconditioned couches come from antique shops around Belmont; and the wingback chairs once lived in the Drake Hotel. Every table has a lamp, the coffee is Metropolis, and that all-encompassing quiet—astonishing for a busy coffeehouse.
Apr 19, 2008 12:40am
becca 

becca 

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Centerstage Chicago

Centerstage Chicago

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Boasting an impressive three stories of laid-back atmosphere (all providing free wi-fi and comfy-yet-classy furniture), Noble Tree Coffee & Tea is the kind of spot people go to chat, study or just relax. Offering Chicago-brewed Metropolis Coffee and a mix of herbal and caffeinated teas along with an assortment of pastries (including delicious homemade pies from Hoosier Mama Pie Co.) and sandwiches, the menu is designed to provide for a day-long studying binge.

Created by Philip Tadros (a co-owner of Dollop) and Peter Vitale, Noble Tree utilizes its inviting layout to the fullest extent, with each nook providing a different vibe. In addition to the numerous smaller tables sprinkled throughout the house, there are couches and armchairs around a fireplace, a round table in a second-floor cove providing an ideal meeting space and an outdoor patio open in the summer. The eclectic decorations only add to the space’s character.

A trip to Noble Tree is like a visit to your best friend’s crazy uncle’s house. If that uncle happens to be an English professor at Berkeley, that is. Every floor is littered with books. There’s even a loaded book cart in the second floor bathroom, with a few volumes set on the toilet for good measure. So whether you’re bringing your own study materials, looking for a good read or just searching for a spot to hang out with friends, Noble Tree is the place to be.

Reviewed By: Zach Freeman


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logos by angel damico

logos by angel damico

Jan 5, 2008 7:54am
3 floors

3 floors

Jan 5, 2008 7:41am
thank you jeff & tony from metropolis coffee

thank you jeff & tony from metropolis coffee

Jan 5, 2008 7:28am
menu

menu

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furniture

furniture

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paint

paint

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bookshelves 

bookshelves 

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