‘More Than Just Coffee’: Roaming Goat Coffee
Now in its fourth month of operation, Roaming Goat Coffee in Grass Lake Village continues to expand in ways that don’t just include great coffee, delicious pastries, and great service.
“I think we’ve executed it well,” says Britt Keene, who owns Roaming Goat with her husband Pat.
The coffee house on South Lake Avenue has expanded its hours, provides live music from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Friday night, and plans a number of events between now and the end of this month, including a book club, “Tea and Titles” at one p.m. on the first Tuesday of the month, and a ‘Phat Tuesday’ celebration with a 10 a.m. walk and 6 p.m. run on February 28.
New hours from seven to three p.m. Monday through Saturday, including $3 latte Happy Hour from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Wednesday.
New employee Evan Farmer serves behind the counter with employee Mary Jane Plock, and the owners. The shop bears an “indie-type feeling,” says Plock, meaning an ambiance that differs from chain coffee stores where you stand in long lines.
“It’s very cozy and warm,” she says.
The shop features coffee from Hyperion Coffee Company based in Ypsilanti and its menu includes bagels with goat-milk cream cheese, and assorted pastries and teas.
Roaming Goat Coffee is located at 115 South Lake St in Grass Lake Village. 734-478-8252 Like them on Facebook at www.facebook.com/drinkroaminggoat