Beverages, Dining Out, Eat
Comings & Goings: Publik Coffee Roasters opens in the Aves
Publik Coffee Roasters’ “coming soon” sign hung on the door of the former Two Creeks building for several years, due to construction and City Planning setbacks. Last month, Publik’s Avenues location (502 E. 3rd Avenue) finally opened its doors.
– By Z. Smith
The Avenues location, much like its Central Ninth (975 S. West Temple) sister store, serves interesting variations of toast and oatmeal, as well as a wide variety of teas and in-house roasted coffees.
If you’re looking for more than coffee and oatmeal, and still want to be a part of Publik’s vibrant atmosphere, head over to Publik Kitchen in the 9th & 9th area, which boasts a full breakfast and lunch menu.
The Central Ninth location features large meeting spaces for social and professional gatherings. Publik implies “public”; the name was chosen to convey a sense of community.
Publik has grown exponentially since it opened in 2014. One contributing factor to this growth is their thoughtfully crafted roasting process. “It’s an art and a science,” says owner Missy Greis, an art and science that Publik remains committed to testing and improving.
Central Ninth: 975 S. W. Temple. Mon-Fri: 7am-6pm, Sat & Sun: 8am-6pm.
Avenues: 502 E. 3rd Avenue. Mon-Fri: 7am-6pm. Sat & Sun: 8am-6pm
9th & 9th: 931 East 900 South (Publik Kitchen). Mon-Fri: 7am-3:30pm. Sat & Sun: 8am-4:30pm
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