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Black Cat Coffee House (Meow!) Open for Business

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Black Cat Coffee House, the new coffee shop two doors down from Over Easy in the Arcadia Towne Center at 4730 East Indian School Road (Indian School and 44th Street) and first mentioned by yours truly in July, is open for business.

The cozy little java joint will serve up espresso-based drinks, specialty coffees and teas, and a selection of pastries.

Beth Cornell, an artist from Surprise whose artwork will be hanging in Black Cat, had a chance to preview the coffee which she described as "heavenly" on her Facebook page along with this sweet, little photo.

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