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Brown Sugar Coffee Roastery owner, Amanda Henry, shares that they are very close to breaking ground on their new building at 422 E Main Street in Riverton. Their hope is to have site plans stamped and returned from Denver for an end of August groundbreaking.
The new building will have an outdoor patio, roasting area, barista bar, drive-thru, and an expanded menu. They are hoping to be completely built and fully operational in spring 2020.
In the next two weeks, they will be temporarily moving down the block from their current location to 203 E Main Street. Which was most recently the Cowboy Cafe.
Amanda shares moving into the larger temporary space allows them to begin expanding their menu and have space for weekend evening events like an open mic night. They are also planning to have Saturday and Sunday brunch, serve tapas, and offer mocktails. Amanda is also excited the larger space lets them participate in the Rendezvous City Beef Round-Up at the end of August.
The most up-to-date information on their move can be found here.
h/t Brown Sugar Coffee Roastery