Wonderful coffee stop; a hidden gem!
Nestled in a small community off I-5, Soco Coffee has become a required stop on the way to our annual visit to the Oregon Shakespeare Festival in Ashland. By the time we get to this part of the trip, we are wanting a caffeine infusion! This last time we had a late lunch, so in addition to their most excellent coffee, we also shared the seasonal salad. It was chock full of delicious bits, and so very tasty! They also offer wi-fi.
I am writing from New Zealand. An American friend and I were on an Oregon road trip a few years back and very spontaneously turned in to Myrtle Creek and found Soco. Chilly day, the fire was on, staff were very friendly, great hot drinks and we loved it!!! On another trip we timed it to make sure we could stop in again to Soco. Same GREAT experience on our second visit. THANKS!!
Great coffee and food
Had breakfast through their drive thru and was served great coffee, bagel and muffins. Wonderful find for such a small community.
i reviewed, over and over but this section wants more, so i recon you vote dont really count till you do it their way.
Average sandwich, high price
A friend and I were picking blueberries in the area, and wanted a light lunch, so we thought we would try SOCO. My friend ordered a breakfast burrito, which was small and looked pre-made. Looked like something you would buy in the frozen section of the grocery store. My sandwich was the Gobbler. When I got my sandwich they forgot to put the turkey on, so I took it back to the counter where they put the turkey on. The sandwich was $8.99. The sandwich had tomato, lettuce and an avocado spread on it. The bread was they type of sandwich bread you buy in the bread aisle at the store, nothing special. The sandwich for it's size, and being something I could make at home, just seemed overpriced. If I were in the area again, I would try their coffee, but as far as lunch, I'll try someplace else.