ARDMORE, PA - Downtown Ardmore's award-winning food and retail scene is on a roll again - this time making history for the area with a one-of-a-kind new space that brings together a coffee shop with an e-bike store. Up to Eleven will grand open this Saturday, August 21st, to coincide with Ardmore Rock N Ride, USA Cycling Race, and Ardmore Music Hall Music Fest. With the opening comes Kismet Bagels, Reanimator Coffee, and Specialized e-bikes.
Up to Eleven Debuts New Coffee Shop and E-Bike Store
Ardmore Initiative is proud to welcome another female-owned small business to the rich downtown mix - and this represents the first major grand opening for the new Cricket Flats apartment building on Cricket Avenue.
Up to Eleven is a brand-new hybrid concept brought to life by owner Laura Fay, a familiar name in the regional food and drink scene. She was a co-founder of the Separatist Beer Project on East Passyunk's Restaurant Row. From one of the region's top food neighborhoods to the next, Fay wanted to create a brand new space on the Main Line to bring together several of her passions, including food/drink, coffee, e-bikes, and designing warm, welcoming new spaces.
For the menu, look for two giant names of local food and drink - bagels from Kismet Bagels and a coffee program featuring Reanimator Coffee. The 2,000 square foot coffee shop and e-bike store will start with inside and outside seating for around 30 people with room to grow.