When Soho Coffee transformed into Broadcast, the pastry providers (Macrina and Flying Apron) and the coffee (Stumptown) remained the same, while the furniture and décor changed. Small tables line the sides of the room, and one long community table sits in the center. It is busy, but not loud, and traffic flows to and from the bar at a comfortable rate that never quite seems to generate a waiting line. The baristas are mild-mannered and accommodating; they seem proud of their coffee offerings, without being immediately determined to impart all the reasons why to their customer base. The offerings are unassuming, and the Central District cafe's atmosphere is extremely casual and comfortable.