Category: South/Southwest

Resurfaced Violent Muppet Killings Give Bygone Brand Wilkins Coffee a Moment

The internet is abuzz this week with following resurfaced videos of Wilkins and Wontkins, a pair of coffee-selling talking puppets created by Jim Henson whose times together nearly always...

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Lost Sock Roasters Pulls it Off: Long-Awaited DC Cafe Opens

Roughly two and a half years after first announcing plans to open a cafe inside Washington D.C.’s recently renovated Takoma Theatre Building, Lost Sock Roasters has found itself at...

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Froth and Fashion at the Forth and Nomad Coffee Bar in Houston

Forth and Nomad in Houston’s Greater Heights neighborhood presents an intersection of inspirational wares, including apparel for adults and babies, home goods, furniture and other sundries. Adding to the...

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Combs’ Coffee Goes Big in North Texas with Solar Roastery and Bar

An unlikely specialty coffee complex has emerged in the small city of Gainesville, Texas. Combs’ Coffee has converted an 8,500-square-foot Coca-Cola bottling plant into a fully solar powered coffee...

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Charlie Foster’s Builds a Bright Future for Coffee in Huntsville, Alabama

A cheery coffee shop in West Huntsville, Alabama, called Charlie Foster’s is serving as an inspirational counter its location’s exploitative industrial past. Bursting with pinks, reds and cream colors,...

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The Cafe ZunZun Roastery Cafe is Humming Outside Houston

Sustainability-minded Cafe ZunZun has brought its new Loring S7 Nighthawk roaster online and will soon be greeting guests inside a  conscientiously designed building in Cypress, Texas, just outside Houston....

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With Ties to Honduras, Coffeestamp Arrives in St. Louis

Opening like a postage-paid package from the coffeelands of Honduras, Coffeestamp has arrived in St. Louis. The roastery cafe was opened in the Fox Park neighborhood in the latter...

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