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Just Love Coffee Cafe serves up a delish artisan coffee + yummy eats from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily — oh, and there’s plenty of parking nearby, too.

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There’s a new two-years-in-the-making coffee shop in town — with a lot to just love about it.

Here’s why you’ll see us visiting Just Love Coffee Cafe at 67 East 4th St.:

  • It’s coffee with a cause. In addition to serving sustainably-sourced artisan coffee, the shop is rooted in giving, with select beans supporting causes, like the Patriot Blend benefiting Folds of Honor.
  • They serve a full breakfast + lunch menu (with a waffle twist)
  • Non-coffee drinkers will enjoy loose-leaf teas, smoothies, refreshers, children’s menu + more.

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