Epiphany will carry almost exclusively local brands, ranging from The Chocolate Dude and NM Pie to Zia Energia.
BY ARIANE JAROCKI
Have you heard of Green Jeans Farmery aka that new shipping container community? Epiphany Espresso is up and running there with a limited menu until the plaza’s grand opening on Tuesday, Oct. 27. I stopped by to get the scoop after seeing their quirky coffee mugs on Facebook.
Epiphany owners Eric and Tony are passionate about two things: coffee and Burqueño pride. Both have ties to New Mexico and left the state to pursue careers. Inspired by Denver’s city pride, they realized that they were part of what’s missing from ABQ’s similar community.
Epiphany will carry almost exclusively local brands, ranging from The Chocolate Dude and NM Pie to Zia Energia. Their coffee comes straight from Santa Fe’s Agapao.The idea of buying from other locals is a great business plan, as it signals strength for the community as a whole. Stop by, enjoy a cup and a bite and complete the cycle of buying local/supporting local.
— Ariane Jarocki
3600 Cutler NE
Mondays through Fridays, from 6 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Saturdays and Sundays, from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.
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