’Tis the season for one thing brewed. Whether or not your most popular beverage is espresso, tea or craft beer, Stone Tower Brews in Star Metropolis has acquired you lined.
The corporate has expanded shortly lately. It has its roots at Stone Tower Espresso Roasters, a specialty espresso purveyor in Fairmont that proclaims an “uncompromising obsession” with the fruit (sure, it’s a fruit) of the espresso plant. “Our intention is to supply, roast and brew the perfect espresso doable whereas sharing that nice espresso with nice individuals,” reads the roastery’s web site. In 2018, Stone Tower opened a espresso store/cafe/pub in Buckhannon, then unfold to Bridgeport and, most not too long ago, to Star Metropolis — the place it opened in Might.
The brand new location serves Stone Tower’s signature coffees and a rotating menu of seasonal drinks like Pumpkin Cheesecake Latte and Campfire Mocha. All-day breakfast choices embrace hen ’n’ waffles and breakfast tacos. There are extra hearty lunch or dinner choices on the menu as properly. For the after-work crowd, there are craft beers made in West Virginia, together with Excessive Floor Brewing, Quick Story, Huge Timber and Stumptown Ales.
Stone Tower Brews discovered a house within the Glass Manufacturing unit on College Avenue. The constructing was designed to honor Star Metropolis’s industrial previous, which inserts the vibe of Stone Tower’s different places. The placement can be handy for commuting staff who wish to seize a caffeinated beverage earlier than a shift. The inside is much more spacious than it seems from the skin and options many snug seating choices, from wingback chairs to high-top tables. Hovering ceilings, home vegetation and a small gallery area that showcases the work of Eddie Spaghetti and different native creatives make the cafe a pleasure to go to.
It’ll attraction to the distant work crowd searching for a change of milieu from their makeshift workplace area arrange amidst piles of unfolded laundry. I communicate from expertise.
EVA MURPHY is a contract enterprise author for The Dominion Submit. She writes a column on companies, church buildings and different entities within the metropolis.