Sip Coffee and Beer Garage in Phoenix Opens Friday

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Update: According to posts on the Sip Beer and Coffee Garage Facebook and Twitter, the coffeeshop will not open until Friday, November 20 at 7 a.m. 

The wait is finally over for Phoenicians who've been wondering when the doors at Sip Coffee & Beer Garage would open for business. This week the coffee shop and bar located on the northeast corner of 36th Street and Indian School will open to the public.

As we told you earlier this year, Sip Coffee & Beer Garage is the second coffee shop/bar to come from owners Travis and Tida Radevski. The couple opened Sip Coffee & Beer House in Old Town Scottsdale nearly two years ago. Like the first location, Sip in Phoenix will offer Cartel coffee, craft beer, wine, and cocktails, in addition to a small food menu. 

The second location, however, won't be exactly the same as the first. Back in August, Travis Radeviski described the new Sip as a bar that also serves coffee — as opposed to a "coffee shop that serves beer," like Sip Scottsdale. The owners also plan to expand the food menu at the second location, since the building is larger than the original coffee house and is equipped with a full kitchen.

Like its sister spot, however, Sip Phoenix will offer live music several nights a week, Sunday morning yoga, and other events. 

For more information, check the Sip Coffee & Beer House Facebook and website

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