This series profiles local cafes in the Ames community. We interview the staff, owners, managers and customers about what makes the coffee shop unique from other cafes in the area.
- Sierra Hoeger, @firstname.lastname@example.org, @sierra_hoeger
Susan Freeman, manager of Cafe Milo, apologizes for the broken fireplace. It’s quite old and would cost a fortune to fix due to the rarity of …
- By Nicole Mattson, email@example.com
Burgie’s Coffee & Tea Co. is a place to discover new cafe favorites, from their lattes with homemade syrups to their avocado smash and far…