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84 Point Coffee Expands From Addison to Downtown

Coffee nerds, rejoice

A rendering of the forthcoming 84 Point Coffee
Courtesy 84 Point Coffee
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Addison’s 84 Point Coffee, from the minds behind Ascension Coffee, is set to expand to its second location at Fountain Place in Downtown next year.

The forthcoming caffeine depot is set to arrive at 1445 Ross Avenue, and will bring obsessively-selected Arabicas to the neighborhood’s caffeine enthusiasts. According to a press release, founder Russell Hayward has been certified as a Licensed Q Grader by the Specialty Coffee Association of America, which means that he is keenly focused on sourcing only the finest quality beans, or those that score over 84 points on the Specialty Coffee Association’s scale.

The new location on Ross Avenue will also serve a menu of quick-serve food options inside the Fountain Place tower, which is currently undergoing an extensive, $70 million renovation. It’s the first of at least a few dining options planned for the area, though no additional tenants have been announced as of yet.

84 Point Coffee is set to make its debut in “early 2018.”