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  • 141 W Main Street - Windows to the Future

    141 W Main Street - Windows to the Future

    Renovation Update - We're Almost Done! We wanted to get you up to speed on our progress! We should be open by the end of May, no later than the first week of June.  As we get closer to our opening date, we wanted to share more sneak peaks with you! We can't wait and are truly excited to be opening up a cafe on Main Street in historic  Downtown Garner! Since our last update in February, a lot more finishing work has been completed including window restorations, exterior painting, tile work, carpentry and the like. The major electrical, HVAC...

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  • Things are Brewin' on Main Street!

    Things are Brewin' on Main Street!

    It's been three weeks since we started the cafe remodeling. What have we 'bean' up to? ;-) We are excited to share with you that the interior framing is complete. That's right, things are really starting to take shape! All of the major framework including structural beams, walls, ceilings, bathrooms, a new and improved staircase to the second floor and the coffee bar on the main floor have been framed out. The original staircase (as you can see in the photo to the right) was very steep with short steps. The new staircase is much easier to use and we feel will serve...

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  • Here We Grow...Our Future Cafe Renovations Have Begun!

    Here We Grow...Our Future Cafe Renovations Have Begun!

    We have officially started the full building renovation for Full Bloom Coffee Roasters in historic downtown Garner, NC! Yesterday marked the beginning of a long, exciting journey for us as we start renovating a historic building on Main Street. We are not sure how long the full renovation will take, but we hope it will be within 8-10 months. The building, originally constructed around 1910 was home to the first bank in Garner. Over time, multiple businesses have called it home, and Roland's Barber Shop was the last prior tenant. Situated directly in front of the railroad tracks at the end of...

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