Allentown’s smallish but celebrated Café Taza is transitioning into a new ownership era, along with a new name – The Intersection Café. On Saturday, October 6, there will be a celebratory party held at Silo City’s Duende Restaurant (and The Cantina). This is when the baton will officially be passed to new owners Heidi I. Jones, her wife Dianne Britain, and Steven James and his partner Clinton Hodnett.
“Dianne has 17 years corporate coffee and bagel experience,” said Jones. “Clinton and Steven have over 10 years experience; Clinton used to be at Public Espresso and Spot, and Steven at Tipico and Starbucks. Clinton also just launched his new coffee consulting company, Community Coffee Solutions, LLC.”
When asked about the changes that the community can expect, other than the new name, Jones answered, “We changed the name but the vibe, the drinks, the community will be the same. See our Facebook Page for more sense of how we see this. October 1 was our official takeover date.”
The Intersection Café is located at 100 Elmwood Avenue.
Café Taza transitions to The Intersection Café at Tazapocolypse
Saturday, October 6, 2018
Party at Silo City’s Duende with the Observers, Sarah Rose, Too Real, and the 12/8 Path Band
1pm to 8pm
Music starts at 4pm
85 Silo City Row