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Marc_T
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Posted Sun Mar 16, 2008, 11:08am
Subject: Re: Coffee In Baltimore
 

bushrod Said:

Which website would this be that's updated?

All was not lost.  We made it to 'Spro.  Then we went in the library and read a couple books.  Still a good time.

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http://www.jaysshaveice.com/Jays/jayshome.html
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Posted Sun Mar 16, 2008, 1:36pm
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Aha! If you go to www.jaysshaveice.com, it doesn't show that page.  You have to click somewhere else then click "Homepage" in the left pane.

 
Rich A
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Posted Sun Mar 16, 2008, 1:44pm
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I just got there by clicking the big shave ice picture.  In any case, it is noce to be able to get Hines/Origin espresso whenever I want, regardless of where the place is located.
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Posted Sun Mar 16, 2008, 9:17pm
Subject: Re: Coffee In Baltimore
 

Apologies to Rich A for the confusion.  

Yes, we closed Jay's Shave Ice in Timonium at the end of August 2006.  Our lease was up and we decided to take a break and re-focus our efforts for future endeavors.  Jay's Shave Ice still operates during the Artscape festival in Baltimore during the summer.

Our website is definitely in serious need of an overhaul and, in fact, we do have a sprocoffee.com overhaul in the works.  I can't promise you a launch date but I'd like it to be sooner than later.

I hope your visit to The Spro was a pleasant one.  Please let me know if anything did not meet your expectations.

JV-

"Breakfast In Bed" was offered the weekend of the Mid-Atlantic Regional Barista Competition and the following weekend as coffee specials.  It has not returned (yet) to their menu.  It will be available at The Spro after the United States Barista Championship in late May.
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Posted Sun Mar 16, 2008, 9:39pm
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onocoffee Said:

JV-

"Breakfast In Bed" was offered the weekend of the Mid-Atlantic Regional Barista Competition and the following weekend as coffee specials.  It has not returned (yet) to their menu.  It will be available at The Spro after the United States Barista Championship in late May.

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whoops....my bad Jay.  I havent been back to the Woodberry since that weekend so i assumed it was still on the menu.
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Posted Tue Apr 1, 2008, 9:01am
Subject: Re: Coffee In Baltimore
 

Went to Woodberry Sunday, they had the Breakfast in Bed on their Specials Menu, but I was stuffed!!  Also, went to Spro last Monday, I liked it alot, and the female Barista was very nice.  (I also noticed he had an AntiGriddle on the back counter, hmmm)  New the the forum, I have three small espresso bars on the campus of the University of MD, Baltimore.  I have been using Zeke's since September, my customers really enjoy it and I enjoy the partnership.  Been in business for about 9 months.  Been in the industry for about 6 years.  Worked for a bad coffee company before for 5 years, glad that is over!!  Stop by sometime and have an espresso on me, just ask for Terry!
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Posted Fri Sep 19, 2008, 10:32am
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Anyone have any recommendations for a good place to buy coffee beans in Owings Mills?

Tony
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Posted Tue Oct 14, 2008, 6:52pm
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5by5 Said:

Anyone have any recommendations for a good place to buy coffee beans in Owings Mills?

Tony

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On the internet!!
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Posted Fri Jan 30, 2009, 11:08am
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Anybody know what happened to Orinoco in Columbia?  I went there this morning and they were closed, looking decidedly out of business.  Signs were off the windows, shades were all closed, and an ominous, lonely, "Sorry, We're Closed," sign hung on the door.  Their phone number seems to be out of service too.  I hope it's just temporary - this was the best place in Howard County!
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Posted Sat Feb 7, 2009, 11:20pm
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I'd surmise that their retail location is another victim of our economic times.  It's a shame too, since that was a nice little shop.  To be fair, that shopping center where it was located hasn't had the best of luck with being able to keep tenants.  Since it was built (what, 2 years ago?), at least three business have opened and closed.
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