Café Marie Jeanne looks like one of the many independent coffee shops or small restaurants in the city. It sits on a corner and has large windows on both sides of the corner. The sign is nice, although understated, with painted script on the lower part of the windows. Walking in, the look is of a cafe, with hardwood floors, a painted tin ceiling, several tables laid out cafeteria-style (straight lines), and a few booths. As you walk in, there is a small display counter with some beer, sodas, and produce, and pastries, which is one end of a long slate topped bar. While they operate primarily as a restaurant, you can also buy fruit, milk, coffee, some produce, beer, and wine for take out, as in a market. There seemed to be another dining room in the back, but I was happy in the front at the bar where the beer, wine, coffee, and liquor were. While I was given a couple of menus consisting of breakfast and drinks to look at, I also noticed that there were several chalkboard menus at different places that emphasized specials, coffee, and beer and liquor. While I was looking at, and comparing, all of the menus, I decided to start things off with some coffee. I had not had a Capuccino in a while and they used a good coffee (Metric), so that's where I started. I was happily surprised that, in addition to good tasting coffee, I also got some nice Latte Art.