Brighton Coffee House and Theater— A New Stomping Grounds

. January 31, 2019.
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Brighton Coffee House and Theater received a warm welcome from the community when it opened its doors recently, buzzing with business from early morning until late evening. More than a coffee house, they offer baked goods, sandwiches, and salads as well as an array of coffees, espresso drinks, and teas. Brighton Coffee House and Theater, seeking to entertain as well as caffeinate Brighton residents, will spotlight local talent with theatrical performances and weekly musical shows, as well as book signings and other community events.

Open daily 6:30am to 11pm

306 W Main St, Brighton | brightoncoffeehouse.com

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