Grind House Coffee and Tea Company in Fairborn had a ribbon cutting at its grand opening in late April, but now, only three months later, the coffee shop has suddenly closed.
After days of being “temporarily closed,” Grind House posted to Facebook Monday afternoon that the Fairborn location will be closing for good, while a new Huber Heights location is in the works.
Tuesday morning, Grind House’s president and CEO, Bill Miller Jr. made an official announcement on the reasoning behind the sudden closure.
We will be reporting on details of the newest Grind House Coffee location opening in Huber Heights as soon as we get them.
Grind House Coffee began as an online retailer only. The brand’s first physical retail shop opened this spring at 313 W. Main St. in Fairborn.
"As far as I can remember, everyone in my family has had a passion for coffee, From my Great Grandfather to my Daughter, the passion for coffee has spanned over 100 years,” according to the Grind House website.
Miller, who grew up in Dayton and who now lives in Franklin, founded Grind House Coffee & Tea in November 2015. The company’s roasting and packing facility is located in Fairfield.