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An espresso bar is an object from buy mode that allows Sims to buy espresso on a community lot, thereby gaining some Energy.

The Sims: UnleashedEdit

Travelin' Joe's Espresso Bar
UnleashedEspressoBar
Peddling coffee to Sims on the go is what he does...he's Travelin' Joe. Got a product to ship? Feel your date might just slip? Or perhaps you're a little bit slow. Never you mind, when you're in a bind, he can get your ideas to flow. Are you feeling drowsy? Or just a bit lousy? Can you no longer keep thoughts in your head? Drop by and see Joe, drink espresso, and stop thinking so much about bed!
Game The Sims: Unleashed
Buyable Community lot only
Price §4900
Type Needs
Size 2x1

Espresso bars were introduced in The Sims: Unleashed, with Travelin' Joe's Espresso Bar. When placed on a community lot, it would allow Sims to buy a cup of espresso for §12, and would spawn one of three NPC baristas; Travelin' Griff, Travelin' Greg, or Travelin' Joe. If placed on an Old Town lot, it would also spawn the wandering saxophone player W.C. Friendly. Friendly will often spawn directly in front of the bar, preventing Sims from purchasing an espresso until he moves away.

The Sims 2: University / The Sims 2: Apartment LifeEdit

Impresso Espress-o-Matic
Impresso Espress-o-Matic
This new industrial Espresso machine is bigger, shinier, and will make more high-energy drinks faster than anything ever has before. Sims all around town will dash to this delicious drink dispenser like moths to a flame, eager for tantalizing tastes to tango across their tongues.
Game The Sims 2: University and The Sims 2: Apartment Life
Buyable Community lot only
Type Needs
Size 2x1

In The Sims 2: University, the espresso bar was re-introduced as the Impresso Espress-o-Matic. In addition to being able to buy espresso (for §20), a Sim could make a few simoleons by working at the bar as a barista. The espresso bar was also reintroduced in The Sims 2: Apartment Life.

When a Sim orders an espresso, the barista will produce two cups, and serve one to the customer. If a second Sim orders an espresso, the barista will serve the remaining cup, but will not produce more unless a third Sim orders from the bar. If an espresso bar is located on the same lot as a restaurant, servers from the restaurant may go over to the bar and dispose of the second cup of coffee, forcing the barista to produce a new batch every time a Sim orders from them. This is fixed with the coffeecuphack mod from More Awesome Than You.

If University and Mansion & Garden Stuff are installed without Apartment Life, the espresso bar will not appear in the buy mode catalog.[1]

The Sims 3: University LifeEdit

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