Rise and shine, Coronado.
In just a few weeks you'll be able to wake up to the sweet smell of coffee roasting in your neighborhood.
If you remember the old Drip coffee shop location and Toast Boutique, you'll be able to find Perc Up Café. Three women, who live in the Coronado neighborhood, (Linda Cohen, Jennifer Lancaster, Kathy Lyman) have combined their energy, resources and commitment to the community together to fulfill your coffee needs from 6 am to 9 pm, daily.
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