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Since opening in 2014, the allure of Coffee and Cotton has been that it is a perfectly tucked away coffee shop that caters to quiet conversations during the week and boisterous families during the weekends. Fast forward through several management changes and a global pandemic, and CoCo, as it’s lovingly referred […]

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Calling All Local Performers

Coffee & Cotton’s NEW Open Mic Night will begin Friday, July 15 and will be a staple event going forward on the first and third Friday of every month. The entire menu at Coffee & Cotton will be available which includes local beer on tap, fresh baked goods from chef […]

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Can You Find the Ghost in Mill No. 5?

For Mill No. 5, our goal of offering fresh, hot pizza as a quick food option for those working around the Canal/Jackson/Middlesex Streets area has finally become a reality. After the creation of a new culinary vision for the Mill, those working in the city’s new Courthouse and living in the neighboring condos have a […]

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I scream, you scream

After a quiet soft opening and a not so quiet first weekend, Dows Soda Fountain celebrates its reopening on the 4th floor of Mill No. 5, having been closed since 2020 due to the Covid pandemic. The vintage-inspired new menu, designed by Creative Director Amelia Tucker features ice cream from Toscaninis […]

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Meet Emma the Baker

Emma D’Angelo has been Coffee & Cotton’s Head Baker since Sept 2021 and if you have tasted her creations, you understand why she was given carte blanche to create her edible masterpieces. Emma’s love for food has been ingrained in her very being from a very young age. Her dad […]

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Artists at Coffee and Cotton

Robin Monro Hackett is the featured artist in Coffee and Cotton until September 12. Her exhibit “Plant Girl Gone Good” features brightly colored encaustic paintings of plants. “This series is a delicate balance between the formal and conceptual void – playing with the background and pushing and pulling. My work […]

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