Back in her native Poland, Sonia Jozajtis’ aunt prepares coffee traditionally. Beans are ground and swirled in hot water. The grounds are allowed to settle. At the table, one then drinks until they reappear on the tongue, coffee and ritual intertwined. Given this background, it’s unsurprising that Jozajtis and the other minds behind High Voltage Seafront Cafe, a pop-up-gone-permanent on the Asbury Park boardwalk, have achieved such a textured vibe. The common denominator here is an intentionality about the coffee, the food, and the experience, delivered in a space that feels like the living room of plugged-in friends who manage not to take themselves too seriously.