The food’s good, the coffee’s good,” Sokol said. “It just has the right atmosphere, the right mix of people. It’s got an energy about it, I guess.” What does 'just' mean in this case? Does it's got ＝It has got ＝has?
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Of the definitions I see when googling for "just", this one is the one I that fits your quote:
simply; only; no more than:
The coffee shop simply has the right atmosphere, food, coffee, and people. It needs no other fancy bells and whistles, because it has very simple reasons for being a good coffee shop.