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August 29th, 2009

We All Want Personalized Service and That Is What You will Get at….JavaByte Cafe

 

JavaByte is not just another cafe; it is a full service shipping, mailing and copy service with Mailbiz Express.

They are located in the Midway Shopping Center on Coastal Highway, also known as Rt. 1, next to the movie theaters.  The tel. is 302-644-8287 and their website is www.mailbiz.javabytecafe.com.

The owners of this establishment are Tom and Victoria Kopunek.  They are dedicated workers that are there all the time and ready to help you, either by setting you up with their wireless internet service that has a high speed cable modem via their own network, by packaging and shipping anything you need to mail, and by printing all sizes of documents.  Private mailaboxes are available, as well.

Their hours of operation are Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. and on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

I have used them for all types of shipments for years.  I do have a son in college and from time to time he needs things shipped.  Perfect place to mail your holiday packages.  Tom just printed my new business cards for my blog and I am totally pleased with them.  I am even having them print some stationery too.

Their internet cafe is relaxing, quiet, and they have several computers available.  Feeling hungry while working on the computer? Not to worry, since their cafe is ready to provide you with all kinds of coffees and lattes, as well as fresh baked pastries like croissants, scones, gourmet cookies, cakes, fresh pies and Danishes.  And for lunch they have grilled Panini sandwiches like a JavaByte Rueben which is a classic Rueben served with marinated artichoke hearts or a Blue Roast Beef which has roast beef, red onions, tomatoes, horseradish sauce, alfalfa sprouts and blue cheese, all served with a side of potato salad or coleslaw or organic grain salad. Besides the Panini sandwiches, they have their Java Wraps and additional specialty sandwiches.  A daily quiche and an assortment of salads are available, as well.

So, really, you can stay there all day and work on your computer, sit at one of their tables or relax on their sofa while reading the newspaper, eating to your heart’s desire.

Tom and Victoria have created a working partnership; they are there attending to their business, making sure you are happy with their products.  Besides that, Victoria is also a realtor, and they have Red Square Restaurant and Caviar Bar (will be reviewed at another time), on 162 Rehoboth Ave., tel. 302-227-5864, website www.redsquarecaviar.net/

I cannot believe they even have time to walk their beloved Boxer, Stoli, even though I call him Leningrad. It fits him.

All kidding aside, check them out.

Sooo, again, until next time. Have a good week-end.

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