Butter Cafe, Glo Juice Bar to open in new Dayton space

Butter Cafe and Glo Juice Bar are moving to the Flats of South Park in Dayton.

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Butter Cafe and Glo Juice Bar are moving to the Flats of South Park in Dayton.

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Butter Cafe and Glo Juice Bar are moving to a new location in Dayton, less than half a mile from their current buildings on Brown Street.

“For twelve loyal years, we’ve created the most meaningful memories sharing breakfast, brunch, coffee and smoothies with friends, family, and neighbors,” Amy Beaver, owner of Butter Cafe and Glo Juice Bar said. “We are so grateful to our customers and staff for making Butter Cafe and Glo Juice Bar so successful.”

The two businesses will combine concepts into one space at The Flats at South Park, located at 619 Nathan Place in Dayton.

Beaver told Dayton.com that it was time for a change of location because they had outgrown their current spaces.

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“This expansion will allow us to increase seating capacity, expand the kitchen, increase our parking capacity and provide the opportunity to blend Butter Cafe and Glo under the same roof, serving up creative breakfast and brunch classics for all dietary considerations,” Beaver said.

She said they are planning to have a fully stocked cocktail, coffee, smoothie and cold-pressed juice bar as well as outdoor seating.

“I’m excited to create new foods in a kitchen that is going to be bigger,” Beaver said. “There’s so much more that I’ve always wanted to do.”

She told Dayton.com that she wanted her customers to know that they are going to continue to use the same quality, local ingredients as they expand their gluten-free and vegan options.

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Butter Cafe and Glo Juice Bar are joining Biggby Coffee, Cassano’s Pizza King and The UPS store on Warren Street.

Beaver said Butter Cafe and Glo Juice Bar are still open for business at their current locations on Brown Street as they work on the new space. The project is expected to take about a year, she said.

For the latest updates on the move, visit Butter Cafe’s Facebook page.

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