Downtown Latté hosts goodbye party for former ownersWritten by Betsy Woodruff | | firstname.lastname@example.org
Downtown Latté will bid farewell to its former owners and celebrate its new ones at a party starting 6 p.m. on July 28 at Manhattan’s.
The party, which will feature music, light appetizers, live music and plenty of coffee, will be open to the public, said Katina Zilcomo, who has worked at the coffee shop for five years.
Pam Burns and Connie Dick, Downtown Latté’s former owners, decided to sell it because they wanted to retire, Zilcomo said. They opened it together six years ago.
“The fact they sold and they’re debt-free is awesome,” Zilcomo said.
She said many of the shop’s regular customers consider it a second home.
“I’m just really grateful that in this economy we’ve had a lot of faithful regulars who have not given up their coffee,” she said.
She said the new owners, Ron Novak and Jason Binder, may lengthen the hours and expand the menu.
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