The New Rising Star Coffee Shop in Tremont Opens Tomorrow

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Rising Star Coffee opens its seventh cafe tomorrow in Tremont. - COURTESY RISING STAR COFFEE
  • Courtesy Rising Star Coffee
  • Rising Star Coffee opens its seventh cafe tomorrow in Tremont.

Last month, we shared the news that Rising Star Coffee would be opening a new café in Tremont. Located in the gorgeously refurbished lobby of the Tremont Place Lofts (710 Jefferson Ave.), the café is the company's seventh location. The store opens tomorrow, October 1.

As you can see by the photos, the contemporary, inviting space features a penny-tiled floor that abuts wood flooring, bold design elements and plenty of seating. The space also offers complimentary Wi-Fi. The café is built to serve both residents of the building and the neighborhood at large.



Rising Star owner Dawn Fox says that when owners Graham Veysey, Marika Shioiri-Clark and Michael Panzica approached the company to collaborate, the decision was an easy one to make.

“Graham has always been a huge supporter of us and that makes us ultimately feel great to put our trust in that and move forward with something like this,” Fox says. “The building is beautiful, with a lot of history. It’s awesome to see it all come together. I thought it was cool before because I love old buildings but Graham and Marika have a great eye.”



Starting tomorrow, Rising Star Tremont will offer the full lineup of coffee products and food from Cleveland Bagel, Blackbird Bakery and Floressa Bakery. Guests who visit tomorrow will enjoy $1 off all lattes.

Rising Star Coffee opens its seventh cafe tomorrow in Tremont. - COURTESY RISING STAR COFFEE
  • Courtesy Rising Star Coffee
  • Rising Star Coffee opens its seventh cafe tomorrow in Tremont.
Rising Star Coffee opens its seventh cafe tomorrow in Tremont. - COURTESY RISING STAR COFFEE
  • Courtesy Rising Star Coffee
  • Rising Star Coffee opens its seventh cafe tomorrow in Tremont.

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