Mad Priest Coffee Roasters Announces Grand Opening Of Drive Thru

Tuesday, August 18, 2020

The new drive thru at the Mad Priest Coffee Roastery is officially ready at 3399 Wilcox Blvd.

The owners have been getting all the bells (literally) and whistles set and want to "celebrate the joys of all this flexibility with COVID that is bringing new creativity and convenience to our nice little town."

Monday, Aug. 31, through Friday, Sept. 4, from 7-11 a.m. each day will be free 12 oz drip coffee available, as well as deals on retail coffee bags, T-shirts and mugs.

Drive Thru Karaoke with DJ LV will be Friday, Sept. 4. Folks drive up, sing a song on video, and they get a free specialty coffee drink of their choice.

There will be daily appearances by Adventure Vinnie himself, the Barista for the People.

More information is available on the Facebook page


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