Cultivate Food and Coffee From Cafe at Pharr Team To Grand Open March 2

The coffeehouse portion of the Howell Mill Shops eatery soft-opened Monday.

Cultivate Food and Coffee is set to celebrate its grand opening Saturday, March 2, the Atlanta-Journal Constitution Tuesday first reported.

The part-coffeehouse, part-cafe, is situated in the Howell Mills Shops, at 1952 Howell Mill Road.

Johnny Liu of Cafe at Pharr is behind Cultivate Food and Coffee.

Liu soft-opened the coffeehouse portion of the business Monday with a limited menu ahead of the grand opening this weekend.

The “trend-forward” brunch and coffee concept is roasting its own coffee.

Its café menu will offer farm-to-table breakfast, lunch, and weekend brunch “using as many local vendors as possible, utilizing grass-fed and pastured meats, from scratch cooking, quality farm fresh ingredients, and uniquely well thought out menu choices using our southern flare.”

“Our eggs are so fresh and local, we know the names of the chickens from which they came,” according to the company’s website.

An “abundance” of vegan, vegetarian, paleo and gluten-free selections round out the menu.

Cultivate Food and Coffee’s full bar will serve local microbrews, boutique wines, and small batch craft liquors.

It is open Monday through Friday,  7 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Saturday through Sunday, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

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Caleb J. Spivak

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