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“When Son of a Biscuit food truck is here for brunch, having a mimosa on the patio would be a nice thing,” Johnson said. “Or if you are having a bad Monday, adding Bailey’s to your coffee will help.”
The business just obtained a license to serve wine and pre-mixed packaged cocktails from the Ohio Department of Liquor Control.
Its D-2 license does not permit the sale of beer or full-powered bartender-made cocktails.
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Opened in January, The Gem City Catfe will host celebrity cat Lil BUB on Nov. 4 for a special presentation and meet and greet. The event will benefit its nonprofit, Gem City Kitties.
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Johnson said Gem City Catfe will continue to have a lounge and coffee shop feel.
“We will be making more specialty cocktail sort of things that will fit with the environment,” she said.
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The names of the drinks will be kept simple to make it easy for patrons to order.