When you’re a coffee shop manager, you want to make sure your coffee is hot and fresh, fresh and hot, hot and freshly brewed.
But even when you’re on a hot day, don’t forget about your coffee, and don’t leave it to sit for too long.
— In Lafayette, La., you won’t find a coffee bar on the city’s main street.
But if you’re in need of a hot coffee fix, a coffee spot with a spot for your family, or a cozy spot for friends to hang out, Lafayette is your stop.
Coffee is king.
The new Starbucks in Lafayette is a big reason why.
It’s a hot spot.
More than 60 million Americans are now addicted to coffee, according to a recent survey by the Coffee Association of America.
In Lafayette, the coffee bar is a popular stop for tourists.
“We’ve been known for having coffee in Lafayette for decades, and it has really changed over the last few years,” said Kyle LeCure, co-owner of Cafe du Chocolat, the second largest coffee bar in Lafayette, in an interview with The Washington Times.
LeCura, whose coffee bar has locations in Lafayette and New Orleans, said he and his partner, Josh Coyle, have been open to adding a cafe to Lafayette’s coffee scene for a long time.
Coyle said he started brewing coffee at Café du Choc, and started doing it for about 10 years, first in his hometown of New Orleans and then in Lafayette.
The idea came to him during a trip to New Orleans in 2017, Coyle told The Times.
Coyle said when he started to notice the growth of coffee shops in the city, he thought, “I can do better than that.”
He was open to finding new ways to create a cafe experience, and the cafe is a part of it.
The two co-owners work out of a tiny office in Lafayette’s downtown.
It has two tables and two chairs for two customers, one for each coffee drinker, said LeCury.
Copele said he also wants to make the cafe a destination for locals, and to create “a place where people come and go” while they wait for their next cup of coffee.
The location of Cafe Du Chocolate is a nod to the French tradition of coffee, LeCurable said.
The French call it mochaccard or pouvoir, which translates to coffee and chocolat.
LeCure and Coyle say the cafe will offer espresso drinks, but they will also serve a variety of coffee drinks.
It’s a mix of old and new, said Coyle.
The first two floors have a mix, with the first floors on the left being a café with coffee and the second floor, where coffee will be served.
Le Cure said he is working on expanding the cafe.
He and LeCoyle also want to expand the menu to include more options, like salads, sandwiches and wraps.
Coneys café, located at 5th and St. Mary’s streets, has the space to accommodate a second bar, he said.
“We’re going to add a second menu,” Coyle explained.
Lafayette has been an economic engine for the city for more than 30 years, according a 2017 report by the Lafayette Economic Development Authority.
The report showed Lafayette ranked No. 1 in the nation in the number of jobs created by companies that opened in the region, and in the amount of jobs lost due to natural disasters.
The Lafayette Economic Growth Authority also ranked Lafayette the No. 5 city in the country for business investment and the No