Bakery, coffee bar, restaurant, coffee roaster, community center—this two-story complex with vaulted ceilings and a wraparound oceanfront lanai tries to be many things to many people, and mostly succeeds. Many of the ingredients are locally sourced, including coffee, of course. The coffee bar also serves kombucha, coffee cherry tisane, and other brews; check the bakery for fresh sourdough bread. In the restaurant, the eclectic brunch and dinner menu runs the gamut from trendily healthful (quinoa porridge with chia seed yogurt) to utterly rich (Keahole lobster BLT). A smaller branch in the Queens’ MarketPlace in the Waikoloa Beach Resort has tasty food, but service seems slower. There’s also a small bakery/deli in Kailua-Kona’s Lanihau Center; try the scones or manapua.