Coffee shop in Pleasant Ridge that burned down says it fully intends to reopen

Coffee shop in Pleasant Ridge that burned down says it fully intends to reopen (Courtesy The Coffee Exchange)

PLEASANT RIDGE, Ohio (WKRC) - A coffee shop that recently burned to the ground has announced that they fully intend to reopen, although they admit that they still have a lot of unanswered questions and a long road ahead.


"Hello Loyal Customers - we have spent the past 15 days processing everything that's happened. I have been hesitant to post because we still have lots of unanswered questions. One thing we want to say is that as of now we fully intend to reopen and will need all the help and support that has been offered when we have a long-term plan," wrote The Coffee Exchange of Pleasant Ridge in a Facebook post.

While The Coffee Exchange didn't have any definitive date or location, they did say that thanks to the Urbana Cafe they will be able to provide coffee to the community through the use of a mobile coffee truck.

The cause of the fire that destroyed a Pleasant Ridge coffee shop and heavily damaged Molly Malone's is electrical. The Cincinnati Fire Department said the fire started in an evaporator unit for the HVAC system.

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