Need a mood lift? You cant get all kinds of happy vibes and caffeine in Rockford's newest downtown coffee shop.

If there's something I like to do it's drink coffee on the weekends. I mean I love it on the weekdays too but it's different, that's a need, weekend coffee, that's a want and I want to drink it on Saturday and Sunday and I want to walk around downtown Rockford to do it.

So I was PUMPED to find out that not only were we getting a new coffee shop in downtown Rockford but they're open on Sundays, ok I'm sold!

I happened to visit on a Saturday... but, I'll be back on a Sunday, I promise.

What did I order? A cookie dough cold brew with a little bit of whipped cream, had to have the perfect photo with the Friends purple door in the background right?

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The menu is pretty simple, which is good because you don't want to hold up the line deciding. You have a few coffee choices, with flavor options listed on a separate menu.

Two size choices (thank you, I need a big choice).

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And Lemon Shake ups, which my friend ordered and it was pretty delicious

I'm not sure what a Resurrector is but I might need to try it next time I stop by.

Oh, by the way, the decor is dope. Ok, I'm not cool enough to say it's dope but that's a popular word from the 90s.

Everywhere you look, there's something frun from the late 80s or 90s that will make you smile and you know what... when I'm at a coffee shop all I'm really looking for is a good mood.

There are a few tables and chair and a cute couch to sit on, but chances are you'll take your coffee to go for a stroll downtown.

Inzombia Coffee is just a few steps away from CJ's Public House at 306 East State Street.

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