According to Joe:
Seabreeze Coffee Connection is a cool little independent coffee shop close to the beach owned by a hippie couple (they might have been genuine hippies back in the 60s, not really sure), art all over the walls, comfy old couches and chairs, chess set, and a stage with a drumset in the window. They had a PA system, broadband Internet with computers anyone could use (for free). The stereo system was connected to ShoutCast (or something like it - internet radio). We were free to pick the music. The only things lacking at this show were and audience (besides the owners, their son and a friend) and a microphone. We did not bring a mic, so we only played instrumentals. Actually, we have a lot of instrumentals, so we played a set that was just about as long as any we normally play. We did not have a place to stay, so the owners let us sleep right there in the coffee shop. Across the street was a bar that had a top-40 band playing. It was loud enough to carry over to the coffeeshop - that was only thing that kept me awake. Eventually I fell asleep on one of the couches.