The tiny brick cottage on State Line, just north of Shawnee Mission Parkway, is easy to miss. It doesn't have 20 bikes parked on the sidewalk or neon coffee-cup signs or a bevy of bearded hipsters smoking out front. Instead, from 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Saturday, a handful of neighborhood folks might be sitting on the patio and sipping joe at one of the metro's few establishments to be certified Golden Cup by the Specialty Coffee Association of America (meaning that a coffee shop "maintains its equipment and brews to a dosage that is most appealing to customers"). Small but simple, impeccably clean but not lacking character, Hi Hat Coffee doesn't have couches or free Wi-Fi, just solid coffee and pastries served up by cute, friendly baristas who would never take it out on your mocha if they didn't get a $2 tip right away. For those who need a Hi Hat fix on Sundays, the independently owned establishment sells its own Roasterie-roasted 12-ounce bags of custom or organic blend for $9.95. So stop in, order it to go and get back to work. You don't need to be sitting around all day anyway, do you?