Thursday, April 21, 2011

Grand Opening for La Mancha Coffeehouse on Friday

On Friday, April 22, La Mancha Coffeehouse will celebrate their first month in business at 2815 N. 14th Street, the space formerly occupied by the Urban Studio Cafe, and will mark the occasion with a Grand Opening Celebration starting at 6 p.m.

The following invitation to “Come Party with Us” has been excerpted from La Mancha’s facebook page:

We’ve been open for a month, and have had a lot of practice serving coffee and making sandwiches.   Now we’re ready for our Grand Opening.

Festivities Start at 6 pm on April 22nd

Ribbon Cutting will be done by one of our biggest fans and nearest neighbors, Bob Havens.

Flamenco Dancing by Emma Frey, courtesy of the St. Louis Cultural Flamenco Society.

Lots of free samples!

La Mancha Coffeehouse T-shirts for sale.

And of course, neighbors & friends drinking coffee together.

Claire Wolff, Old North neighbor and co-founder of the Urban Studio Cafe, is displaying photographs taken by ArtWorks youth. The youth photographed & interviewed Old North residents, so you will probably recognize several of the faces on the wall.

Currently, our hours are Tuesday through Saturday, 7 am - 4 pm.

While you’re checking out the La Mancha Facebook page, be sure to visit the Old North Saint Louis House Tour and Home Grown Street Festival page — and let all of your friends know that you’ll be attending by clicking on the “I’m Attending” button.

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