This Atlantic City, NJ Coffee Shop Is Run Out Of a Garage And Sounds Absolutely Delicious
There's something about coffee at the beach that just feels right.
On Sunday mornings, I love filling my wawa to go mug up with the Folgers that I set to brew the night before.
Add a little creamer, no sugar, and then pour in the good stuff!
After that, just walk up to the Seaside Heights boardwalk, sip and relax.
It is the highlight of our week at home.
During the week, I'll usually go out for coffee sometime during the day.
Most of the time to Wawa, but I've been known to stray over to 711, Bubbys Beanery, or Tommy Boys café for an afternoon pick me up.
However, there's a new place on the list that I really want to make it out to.
This place sells gourmet coffee out of a garage, and I really like that combo.
There's apparently a science behind quote unquote good coffee, and this place takes that science very seriously.
What's even cooler is that it's ran by two sisters who share a love of the beach and coffee.
The coffee shop is only opened on the weekends, and operates out of the garage of the sisters Atlantic City Beach House.
According to NJ.com the shop opened up Memorial Day Weekend and operates on three things;
The ambition to start roasting, the state passing a law to allow home-based food businesses with the “Cottage Food Operators Permit,” and being in close proximity to the beach
So What Is This New Coffee Shop in AC That Operates Out Of A Garage?
It's called Remedee Coffee, and its run by Amanda and Nicole Escobar.
The line can wrap around the block some weekends, and I can not wait to grab a dark roast and support another local New Jersey Business.