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Supporting local through Rêve Coffee and Books

A new coffee (and book) shop has come to town in the Hixson area, let us brew the details for you.

The outside of Rêve Coffee and Books with a Support Local decal on the door

It’s that support local espresso.

Photo by Rêve Coffee and Books

If you think there’s nothing better than a mug of coffee and a book, then let us fill your cup with Hixson’s newest shop: Rêve Coffee and Books.

This family-owned store, located at 1948 Northpoint Blvd., isn’t just supplying folks with their morning Joe — expect local touches throughout the space.

The menu features beans sourced practically around the corner from Brillo Beans Roasting Co., a small-batch roastery that got started back in 2023. Rêve also carries Nashville-based High Garden Tea — learn about the ecoherbalism behind each drink.

Getting to the and books portion of the shop, you can also expect to see local authors on the shelves. Find out what books from P.E. Craven, Billie Bang + George Valadie you can read.

Bonus: Pick your genre for the July Book Clubs.

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