The organic, fair-trade coffee at this funky Lakewood shop hails from Guatemala, so it's delicious, robust, and never chalky, like Starbucks' java. At only $1.50, a cup won't set you -- or the world -- back as far, either. And there's more to make you feel better about your trip to Bela Dubby: the friendly, freaky baristas offer a selection of quality microbrews. And the creative programming of music curator Scott Hosner, an experimental guitarist himself, includes the soundscapes of avant-garde folk performers. This all makes Bela Dubby a viable performance alternative to the cacophonous bar, and an affordable java alternative to your daily 'Bucks run.