Not Just Coffee expanding menu and adding cocktails at its new Dilworth location, opening early October

Not Just Coffee expanding menu and adding cocktails at its new Dilworth location, opening early October
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Not Just Coffee is targeting an early October opening for its new Dilworth location.

It’s the fifth location for the brand with others at 7th Street Public Market, Atherton Market, Packard Place and Tabor/Soco Gallery.

The roughly 1,200-square-foot space, located at Dilworth Crossing Shopping Center on Park Road, will be the largest and first standalone Not Just Coffee to date.

Co-owner James Yoder says indoor and outdoor seating combined will total about 30 to 35 seats.

The larger space allows for an expanded menu, including a more robust food menu, select beer and wine and a new cocktail list.

Yoder says they’ll be building on the toast menu from Packard Place as well as adding steel cut oats, salads, meat and cheese plates and possibly some light seafood options.

The addition of beer, wine and cocktails will mean later hours for the coffee shop, as well. Yoder says right now they’re planning to close at 9 p.m. on weeknights and 10 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays.

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Avocado toast at NJC Packard Place

Not Just Coffee joins an influx of expanding local businesses at the new Dilworth Crossing development.

Inizio Pizza recently opened its second location there, Yoga One’s second location is upstairs and Green Brothers Juice will open its second location next door.

Not a bad place to hang out.

Co-owner Miracle Yoder is excited to watch NJC Dilworth find its place. “At each location you get the same great quality product, but it gets to fit each unique neighborhood,” she said.

Not Just Coffee Dilworth is located at 2230 Park Road.

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