Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Caz Cafe closing it's doors

Photo courtesy of Caz Coffee Cafe official website

I was sad to hear the news of the Caz Coffee Cafe closing down. Since it opened a few years ago, I heard nothing but great things about the place. I'm not a coffee drinker, but stop by many times to listen to live music.

The experiences I had there were terrific. The only drawback to me was the cramped space inside. Sometimes, it could be difficult finding a seat when the musicians played. I enjoyed listening to the many types of music the coffee house had to offer. My niece, Sarah, the official mayor of the cafe (according to four square), wrote the following piece for There seemed to be an interest in this type of place on Abbott Rd. Hopefully, another entrepreneur will give it a go (perhaps at a slightly bigger building).

Caz Coffee Cafe to close up shop Friday

 They put a parking lot on a piece of land
When the supermarket used to stand
Before that they put up a bowling alley
On the site that used to be the local Palais
That's where the big bands used to come and play...


  1. i liked going to watch the music, but they needed to sell wine or beer. You can only drink so many $4 glasses of orange juice.

  2. this stinks. a little pricey but worth it. only poloks buy oj at a coffee shop.

  3. COMING SOON, new cafe and eatery in the same location. The proprietor and board of directors of Dog Ears are hard at work on plans for a new entity that will continue and expand on the momentum of the previous entity. The new shop will be tied directly into the book store, and will help fund ongoing operations of the literacy program. Good food for a good cause. Spread the word.