A coffee shop opened in Annapolis on Friday with a eclectic mix that includes a coffee shop, a tattoo parlor, a book shop, and a cafe where customers can buy and drink coffee.
Annapolis’ Annapolis Coffee House, a new coffee shop that opened Friday, has been open for about three years, but the space was vacant until a tenant agreed to move in.
The coffee shop is located at the corner of College Street and Columbia Avenue, and serves up coffee to anyone who walks through the door.
The shop is part of a new cafe business that’s been brewing for a while, and it will have a variety of coffee and espresso beverages, including some from local roaster J.B. Espresso Roasters, which is located near the space.
J.B., who works at the company that owns the roaster, is also the owner of a coffee roasting company called Caffe Cafe.
He opened the shop last year, and his partners in the coffee business have been in the business since 2013.
“We’ve had great coffee throughout our years here, but it was always like this thing where we just needed to be a little more eclectic,” said J.J., who has worked at the roasting business since 2011.
“I always thought I would do this, but then I realized this would be fun to be involved in and the business would grow, so I’m really excited about it.”
The coffee shop will offer espresso and java from J. B. Espireo, as well as espresso and coffee from the Caffe Coffee Company, which J. J. founded with his partner, Mark, in 2015.
They will also serve cappuccinos, cappucinos with milk, and lattes from Coffee Bean, as the owners call them.
“I think the idea of a cafe is a little different, but I think that there are so many coffee shops and cafes that you’re not necessarily going to go to when you go to a coffeehouse,” said Mark, who opened Caffe Café in 2012.
“This is kind of a little bit different, it’s kind of like a cafe, but with a lot more variety.”
A look inside the new coffee bar, which will be located in Annapurna.
The cafe will be open from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m., and customers can take their orders and pay in cash.
The coffee is made in small batches, and the owners said they will be making a more diverse selection of coffees in the coming months.
The owners of the coffee shop said they are aiming to keep the coffee quality up, and they have also made some changes to the layout of the space, including removing the patio and installing a glass patio.
The space will feature a coffee bar area and a coffee table and chairs.
Customers can also enjoy a variety in their daily routine, including food, coffee and desserts, and some sports games.
“A lot of people have been coming in and asking for a cafe,” said R.C., who will be opening the coffee bar and coffee shop in September.
“It’s really cool that we’re doing this.
I’ve always wanted to do this.
It’s like, ‘Whoa, we have to do it now.'”
J, who said he and his partner have been coffee aficionados for about a decade, said the coffee experience will change a bit, but that they will try to keep it interesting for both the customer and the staff.
“The thing that really keeps me coming back is the atmosphere.
It just gives me a different experience.
I’m always trying to make sure it’s really relaxing and comfortable,” he said.