We happened upon Barefoot Coffee Roasters one warm afternoon, needing a pick-me-up and hoping to try the local brew. I almost am embarrassed to admit we went back a handful of times more before we left town a week later.
The menu needed a translation, as there were no descriptors next to the menu items, but we still discovered orange and coconut mochas, house-made caramel, and what became a favorite, the Shakerado. What was fun (and tasty) about the Shakerado, was that you never knew what you were getting, it being the barista's choice. It definitely left us guessing at the ingredient list while we sipped down the deliciousness.
So on one hand, Barefoot Coffee wasn't a major player in the big scheme of things, but on the other, we won't soon forget what fun we had around that coffee table.