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Uptown Koffee Kafe coming soon

The City of Milton will soon have a new family friendly gathering place when Uptown Koffee and Kafe, located at 2700 Milton Way, opens this summer. Owners John and Missy Fietz have been planning the café for some time, and plan to make it a community gathering place for years to come.

The café will have a rustic, homey feel, with a cozy fireplace next to a window look out at Milton’s abundance of trees. Hand-crafted furniture, put together by John Fietz, will contribute to the relaxing atmosphere. Whether people just want an espresso or a place to take their kids for breakfast, Uptown Koffee and Kafe is aiming to be the go-to location.

“A lot of people assume it’s a coffee shop, which it is, but to us it’s so much more than a coffee shop. It’s a place to come and sit and meet people and mingle and a place that… Read Full Story

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