Cabin Creek Coffee has a new menu and different items for you to choose from in your next visit and the Southend Emporium art and history center has new business hours.
Starting today may 23rd cabin creek coffee new menu is out for the public. The new menu includes toasted wraps, sandwiches, and their coffee choices.
Shift Leader at Cabin Creek Coffee, Jade said, “Supply and demand it’s stuff that kind of has to happen but we’re still whipping out the same quality as we did before and making every penny count and making it all worth it.”
The new menu also includes fresh fruit, bagels, and club sandwiches.
Cabin Creek Coffee regular customer Captain Larry said, “We enjoy the company here and the view out the window and the coffee’s the best coffee I’ve ever had.”
Cabin Creek Coffee is a family owned and operated coffee house in downtown Alpena. Another business that is offering new updates for spring is the Southend Emporium Art and History Center. Their new business hours are Wednesday through Sunday.
Cindy Ranshaw, Owner of the Southend Emporium said, “We’re going to designate one portion of the building to Alpena history and these will be items that will not be sold so if anybody has any items from their parents or grandparents maybe a pamphlet or pictures from an old ice festival or the thunder bay 250 or maybe a summer on the beach where they want to show the old times and fun times.”
Starting in august they will be offering art classes which include creative arts, performance arts, or macrame’ and painting. Freeze dried foods sold at the Southend Emporium can last up to 25 years.
Southend Emporium Vendor Larry Vanderveer said, “We put trays of product in the warming trays right there close the machine turn it on it takes it down to 30 below 0 takes all the air out of the chamber and has a vacuum pump and then it’s computerized it’ll tell us when all the moistures all gone off the product and then we can take it out.”
The Southend Emporium is now open 5 days a week.