Sugar & Twine to open in Capital Coffee & Desserts space next month

The shop will close its doors for approximately two weeks following the conclusion of The Big Bike Race™.

From Richmond Magazine:

Carytown’s Capital Coffee & Desserts has a brand new bag, or at least a new owner, menu and name. The coffee spot, which opened in 2007, was purchased on Aug. 1 by Beth Oristian, who’ll be closing up the shop after the UCI World Championships Races and reopening it under its new moniker, Sugar & Twine.

“I really wanted to have the first month to six weeks to see how things go, especially in Carytown,” says Oristian. “I have [hired] all the [original] staff and added team members. We are going to close after the race, rebrand and renovate. Our goal is to only be closed two weeks.”

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Photo: Sugar & Twine (via Richmond Magazine)

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