After closing two Grand Rapids locations last year, Ferris Coffee is making a comeback with a new café!

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Grand Rapids Business Journal Reports that Ferris Coffee & & Nut Co. is taking over lease of the café inside Bridge Street Market at 405 Seward Ave. NW.

Bridge St. Market/ Facebook
Bridge St. Market/ Facebook

The space had been occupied by Tillie Ruth’s Coffee & Tea since 2020. Tillie Ruth's last day in business inside Bridge St. Market was April 30. According to Wood TV 8, the owner Mary Rose decided not to renew her lease as is on to something different.

Ferris Coffee is making some renovations to the café inside Bridge St. Market and the plan is to open sometime this month.

According to GRBJ,

Bridge Street Market café will be a scaled-down version of its other cafés and will serve light-, medium- and dark-roast batch-brew specialty coffees; espressos including mochas, lattes, Americanos and cappuccinos; nitro cold brews; and a selection of teas.

The new spot will also carry breakfast sandwiches, bagels, and smoothies.

Ferris Coffee & Nut has been operating in Grand Rapids for almost one hundred years!

Founded in GR in 1924, their headquarters is on Seward Ave. where they also have a retail shop and a café. Ferris Coffee & Nut also has locations in Holland and Lansing.

The company also makes nuts (as you may have guessed from the name), craft beer snack mixes, chocolates, and dried fruit.

Ferris Coffee & Nut, Facebook
Ferris Coffee & Nut, Facebook

Ferris Coffee & Nut products can be purchased online or at retailers across the country.

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