Local coffee cart brews up a brick-and-mortar.
Dulcet dulce found. Beyond merging melodies and mocha—NTM an array of other craveworthy coffees—around town via specialty on-the-move espresso cart Quarter Note, husband-and-wife duo Andrew and Amy Bang are brewing up a new brick-and-mortar this fall in Glenwood Place, near Ladyfingers and Sushi Mon (!).
Dubbed for the couple’s love of music and coffee, natch, Quarter Note nods to how notes play a pivotal part in both rhythm and brews. The upcoming storefront thus stages a lively coffee experience via a bright and airy atmosphere, plants, and subtle nods to the couple’s music theme. “We want people to come, feel welcome and stay for a while, or grab something quick and go,” says Amy.
Featuring Texas-based Porch Culture Coffee Roasters, the biz also spins up its own homemade syrups and chai. “We also love quality, and that’s something we really strive for,” adds Amy. Sounds like the perfect blend!