The MadHouse Coffee

8470 W Desert Inn Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89117, USA

About The MadHouse Coffee

4.3 / 5

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    Michael Patry
    August 28, 2021

    I ordered the smoothie blended drink with coconut (this is not the product name). The order took some time to complete. On the positive I met up with someone I know and was able to linger for 90 minutes. Try doing that at the green mermaid coffee place. So overall a great place to go to have a meet up with someone and a long hangout with no sales pressure.

    Betts Karena
    September 16, 2021

    Love the drive thru service! They served our order quickly! We had Caramel and Mocha that time. The drinks are very satisfying. The staffs are also very accommodating and nice!

    Jack Francione
    July 28, 2021

    The staff is so friendly and great drink and food choices. I've only had breakfast but would love to try something else next time. It's great that they are open 24 hours and pretty much centrally located

    april b
    May 09, 2021

    What an interesting spot. I have to say I'm not one to order a heap of politics with my latte, but I don't have a problem with folks offering another view. I got the very clear message that all thoughts are welcome to be discussed here. Pretty cool in my book! Also great to know they're open 24/7. Now, the coffee- I tried out their monkey mocha- WOW! Delicious indulgent treat, but very well balanced between the sweet components and the acids/bitterness of the brew. My partner got a blended mocha and it was yum too. If your looking for a new place to try, give them a shot !

    Matt Keeler
    June 21, 2021

    I was an employee, and quit due to the food handling conditions my manager Edward conducted while I worked there. I was hired during my interview and began after my interview. Toward the end of the shift, when cleaning the sandwich station, Edward was showing me the cleaning procedure. And when checking the dates on the sauces used, one of the sauces was 2 days passed the current date, I went to unscrew and empty the container, and Edward said verbatim: “With all of the oils and preservatives it’s still good, just date it 6 days out.” It being my first day/trial period, I went with it because I was desperate for a job. The next day I go in, and some point through the shift an entire sleeve of about 30-50 cups falls and we begin picking them up, Edward then quietly ordered me to rinse them off and let them dry. While finding the cups, you could see hairs, crumbs, dirt, and water from the floor on the cups. I didn’t feel comfortable having the shop reuse those, but I didn’t want to get fired or yelled at. So majority I threw out, the ones with hairs and visible dirt. The others that looked clear I left drying on the rack. The final straw was a few days later, while working my shift a customer asked for a chicken sandwich. We ran out of thawed chicken, so I went to the freezer, and grabbed a bag, but saw it showed 4/30 on it making it a month and a half old. I let my coworkers know, and they said they would just use it. So I microwaved the chicken for 2 minutes as instructed on our sandwich building paper, and served it. Five minutes later the customer comes back and shows us it was raw, I was so upset with myself and mad I served that out. Mostly because I recall asking Edward the gm, if we serve raw product. His answer was the eggs and bacon, yet we apparently have raw chicken. I was under the impression the chicken was precooked, and I could no longer continue working somewhere forcing immoral decisions upon me just for a check. It’s wrong, and I wouldn’t want that to happen to someone I care about. So I resigned. I’m a little afraid writing this, but I can tell you it’s the truth. Awesome hardworking people work there and own the place, but the GM Edward asks his employees to cross lines, and that shouldn’t happen.

    The MadHouse Coffee

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    8470 W Desert Inn Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89117, USA

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