Friday, July 3, 2015

Fairmount coffee house getting wine

Mugshots will become a Paradocx retailer.

Fairmount coffee house getting wine

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Mugshots at 1925 Fairmount Ave.
Mugshots at 1925 Fairmount Ave.

Mugshots Coffeehouse (1925 Fairmount Ave.) is getting into the grape.

Angela Vendetti says it will launch a local wine-and-cheese menu April 28 - coinciding with the Fairmount Arts Crawl - with a tasting from 6 to 8 p.m.

Vendetti says she's cut a deal with Paradocx in Chester County, and will rotate locally made artisan cheeses, and new desserts, made in-house.

When licensing is finalized sometime in May, Mugshots will offer Paradocx's wines by the glass, bottle, "paint can" (a recyclable packaging by Paradocx), or tasting flight.

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Mugshots will extend its hours to 10 p.m. with the launch.

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