In a recent interview with Josh Miller, founding owner of multimedia agency C&I Studios, he was a bit tight lipped on his latest venture Next Door, refusing to confirm any rumors floating about in FAT Village. One of those rumors was that Brew Urban Cafe was to open its coffee service inside C&I, and that C&I was about to expand its event space.
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All Miller would say at the time was that what's to come would "blow people's minds."
He wasn't kidding. The idea agency and purveyor of slick events housed in FAT Village's artsy warehouse district, held a sneak peak Wednesday night for the media. Next Door is a complete transformation to the warehouse space that is located (literally) next door to C&I's existing 4,000-square-foot studio.
Rumors were confirmed that Brew Urban Cafe has set up shop inside with trained baristas ready to steam up some killer cappuccinos. So for Brew fans wondering why the Himmarshee shop was closed down several weeks ago, this is what owner Bob Denison meant when he said he had an exciting, new partnership underway.
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