Bob had a store called Smith's Drug...not a coffeehouse. What it was was the meeting place for the friends and neighbors in the small community of Green Springs, Ohio. Bob's old fashioned store had a pharmacy, a section that shelved small appliances and grocery items, and in the back of the shop he sold clothes and toys and tools and other sundries. In the middle of the store was a large counter where customers would sit on spinning stools and enjoy root beer, soup, ice cream, even coffee...and conversation.As a kid, it was a real treat to get to go to Mr. Smith's (as everyone called it ) and get to choose a piece of candy from his huge candy display, or maybe a comic book or milkshake. Bob Smith and his 'small shop in a small town' are distant memories for me now, but the feeling I had as a kid going to such a warm, comfortable place outside my own home has never left me. That has always been how I wanted our coffee house to feel for our customers.The building was originally used as a silent movie theater nearly a century ago. In decades past, it has been the home of many restaurants as well as three different coffee shops. The space has an eclectic character all its own that lends to the comfortable coffee house atmosphere.