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Royal Coffee Is Now Open at Phoenix Public Market

Phoenix java hot spot, Royal Coffee Bar, opened a new location at the Downtown Phoenix Public Market's Urban Grocery, giving Royal lovers a second spot to enjoy their drinks.

The new grocery store near Pierce and First Street hasn't opened quite yet (it's due later this month), but Royal at the Market is up and running. The new location will stick with Royal's commitment to locally roasted coffee and fresh baked pastries.

Royal at the Market is open Monday through Saturday from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. But don't worry, the original Royal, located off Jackson near Central Avenue, will remain open, though they're closing at 2 p.m. now instead of 5 p.m.

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