Beverage bars abound in Pequot, Breezy
Pequot Lakes SuperValu will soon have a full-fledged coffee bar, said Chris Quisberg, store owner.
Heroes Coffee will open in late September. Quisberg said the brand is out of Bradford, Mo. A nickel of every cup of coffee will go toward a local organization. Quisberg said the organization to receive the money is not yet determined.
Quisberg said the coffee bar will include all the staples of standard chains, and the store will also sell scones and its pastries. The coffee bar will be located next to the current deli area.
Breezy Point Resort
opens coffee shop
Breezy Point Resort just opened a coffee shop in its recreation center that will serve Caribou Coffee. Joyce Bzoskie, president of Whitebirch, Inc., said the new coffee shop has coffee on one end and ice cream on the other.
Three outdoor decks were enclosed to create the coffee shop space, Bzoskie said. The coffee shop plans to open every day at 6 a.m. and close at 10 p.m. on the weekends and around 7 p.m. on weekdays.
In addition to coffee and ice cream, the coffee shop will sell baked goods, including caramel rolls, made by the Baker’s Cabin in Breezy Point.
Snap Fitness expands,
adds smoothie bar
Kristen Gangl, manager and trainer at Snap Fitness in Pequot Lakes, said the gym is adding a third more space for equipment and a smoothie bar. The smoothie bar will sell protein shakes and more to members and non-members.
Roach’s Lawn and Marine closes
Roach’s Lawn and Marine on County Road 3 in Crosslake closed in late August after 30 years in business. By phone, owner Randy Roach said the economic downturn and a poor spring were factors in closing the business.
On the business’ website, owners Randy and Kelly Roach stated, “We would like to thank all of our staff, customers, vendors, friends and family for your continued support, loyalty and patronage over the years.”
Baker’s Cabin open in Breezy
Baker’s Cabin on County Road 11 in Breezy Point is open on weekends. According to the business’ website, Baker’s Cabin is serving coffee, baked goods, breakfast and lunch. Fall hours are from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday through Sunday, the website states.
Crosslake Dairy Queen
approved for drive-through
Crosslake Community Development Director Ken Anderson said the Crosslake Dairy Queen has been approved for a variance for a drive-through. Anderson said that a prospective buyer, Thomas Zabka, has plans to tear down the health foods store next door to the Dairy Queen to make room for the drive-through.
Anderson said that Dairy Queen is bank-owned and the purchase was contingent on planning and zoning approval from the city. He expected the sale would close before the end of the month.
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