Set in a 1920s storefront, the shop brims with a pleasing mixture of art, plants and coffee gear. The morning of my visit, the sun was pouring in the large front windows and the many patrons were abuzz like bees over a field of clover. After taking a good visual census, I found my way to the counter to order some coffee. As a purveyor of Heart , 4121 boasts some pretty stellar coffee. I ordered a Guatemala for my espresso and a pourover of an Ethiopian. The espresso, pulled short with brown crema, fired a cannonade of chocolate and raspberry, following with romaine, blood orange and birch beer in a beautiful and bright infusion. The pourover also proved delectable and sweet, with emphatic notes of blueberry, pound cake, escarole, hibiscus tea and vanilla frosting. While I wasn't able to stay long, I definitely had plenty of time to drink in the atmosphere along with my del...