A very liberal interpretation of the word "mojito" I suppose lol
The only reason I value Phil's is that they are a true counter culture institution in the Bay Area. I mean this very literally and no in the way you would think. All of the 3rd wave shops like Ritual, Sightglass, Blue Bottle, etc... have a culture where they explicitly have no outlet, no wi-fi, and uncomfortable brushed wood seating (if you ask, they will explain that it is a conscious effort to survive on their part because the wealthy techie/hipsters that frequent them and have made those types of shops boom, would sit in the shops all day if they offered these luxuries since so many of them work remotely on laptops).
Meanwhile, Phil's is not really a proper 3rd Wave type shop, but an improvement on Starbucks, and they have just the opposite culture where they have exorbitantly comfortable seating, free wi-fi (with purchase), board games, outlets, etc... there have been many times I have got a single origin espresso at Ritual and then walked to a Phils to plunk down and charge my phone in a comfy chair. I guess Phil's can do this because they aren't cool enough for the techie/hipsters, I don't really know, but even as a hipster myself, I find it really valuable there.
In SoCal, I don't quite get it, as most 3d wave shops offer the luxuries that SF shops have banned. I suppose it is just an updated Starbucks for people who are tired of Starbucks or something like that. I mean, the vast majority of people drinking coffee are primarily drinking sugar cream and other flavorants anyhow, so that makes as much sense as anything else. They're also pretty cheap, which is cool (I think I by iced coffee for like $2.5 when I need to charge my phone in them in SF).