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78 coffee roastery

What’s old is new again in Louisville’s hip, evolving NuLu neighborhood. The area that gets its name from a portmanteau of “New Louisville” is now home to 78 Coffee, a…

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While most immediately recognized for its claims to gaming fame, Reno, Nevada, also offers a jackpot of culture, cuisine and entertainment beyond the slots. The city and its resident organizations…

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miami

Blue Bottle Coffee is pledging to make all of its United States cafes “zero waste” by the end of 2020. “We are proud to announce an experiment that may not…

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Reprise Evanston

After shutting down its original location at the Lake Forest Metra train station in the far north suburbs of Chicago, Reprise Coffee Roasters made its home farther down the Lake…

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Fluid Coffee Indiana

After deepening the pool of quality coffees available in Valparaiso over the past three-plus years, Northwest Indiana’s Fluid Coffee has is opening a second location, the Fluid Coffee Roasting Lab…

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Weird Brothers coffee bar

Growing up in the Bay Area during the 90s, brothers Paul and Kenny Olsen witnessed firsthand the watershed commercial and cultural movement of coffee’s chain-dominated second wave. A few decades…

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Receiver Coffee PEI 2

Along Canada’s Atlantic coast, amidst the quiet Prince Edward Island offseason, new sounds are clamoring and smells wafting from the Creamery Boardwalk on the North River bridge, where Receiver Coffee…

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The Phoenix metropolitan area is a vast, sprawling web of interconnected cities, each with identities, cultural particularities and coffee communities all their own. In Mesa, Arizona, about 20 miles east…

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Barocco x Nino coffee bar

With nine years under its belt serving the Toronto, Ontario, area wholesale market with Italian-roast blends and single origin coffees, Barocco Coffee Company has opened its first brick-and-mortar retail location….

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Brass Horn coffee roaster Murfreesboro

About a 40-minute drive southeast from the country, western, stomp, twang and rattle of Nashville, the flavor notes are ringing out in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, for patrons of the first brick…

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