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Fox in the Snow Cafe Opening Second Location in German Village

Walker Evans Walker Evans Fox in the Snow Cafe Opening Second Location in German Village

Popular Italian Village coffee-and-bakery hangout Fox in the Snow Cafe announced today that they’re ready to expand after just two years of bustling business on North Fourth Street. The local company will open a second location next summer at the intersection of Thurman Avenue and Jaeger Street in German Village. “There were a couple of […]

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Healthy Bites Preview: coffeeFit

Walker Evans Walker Evans Healthy Bites Preview: coffeeFit

While going out for a “coffee-and-a-donut” might sound like an ideal breakfast paring, there are some days where you want to reach for something a little healthier than a pastry. Enter: coffeeFit. Local entrepreneur Trent Wills launched his Granville-based company with the idea of creating a protein-powered snack that would taste great alongside your morning […]

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Treat to Try: Das KaffeeHaus von Frau Burkhart

Miriam Bowers Abbott Miriam Bowers Abbott Treat to Try: Das KaffeeHaus von Frau Burkhart

Honestly, who doesn’t want to stop at Das KaffeeHaus von Frau Burkhart? It takes forever to pronounce all the words, but they are so very satisfying to say; even more so with a faux German accent. The KaffeeHaus is a little corner coffee cafe that set up shop inside of Zauber brewing. The coffee shop […]

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MMELO Boutique Confections Opening Downtown Store

Rebecca Wagner Rebecca Wagner MMELO Boutique Confections Opening Downtown Store

MMELO Boutique Confections will be opening a Downtown brick-and-mortar store late this summer, located right next door to The North Market. Owner Michelle Allen first started MMELO, a candy store that carries gourmet marshmallows, tea cakes, chocolate and more, baking out of commissary The Food Fort. After a successful MMELO holiday pop-up at Easton Town Center, […]

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Lunch Review: Cafe Phenix

Miriam Bowers Abbott Miriam Bowers Abbott Lunch Review: Cafe Phenix

First of all, it uses the French spelling. Let’s get that out of the way immediately, because the lack of “o” has potential to be distracting for grammar nerds (guilty). Cafe Phenix (without the o) set up shop Downtown on Gay street a couple of weeks ago. It offers all sorts of stuff. There’s an […]

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Treat to Try: Crimson Cup’s Peanut Butter Mocha Freeze

Miriam Bowers Abbott Miriam Bowers Abbott Treat to Try: Crimson Cup’s Peanut Butter Mocha Freeze

There are coffee drinkers, then there are coffee drinkers. In one camp, it’s about roast and origin; stark and pure. In the other camp, coffee is basically a vehicle for sugar and whipped cream. With all due respect to the purity people, my personal java preference is for the foofy drinks. The closer the beverage […]

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Highline Coffee Co. Keeps Olde Worthington Caffeinated

Randi Walle Randi Walle Highline Coffee Co. Keeps Olde Worthington Caffeinated

Local woman follows her dream of opening a coffee shop in Olde Worthington.

Christie Bruffy first fell in love with coffee while working in a cafe right out of college. Following her time there, she worked several office jobs and pursued a career in Optometry, all while holding onto the dream of owning her own coffee shop. Over ten years later, she is proud to call Olde Worthington […]

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