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Mom ‘n ’em Coffee & Wine’s new Madisonville location.

Camp Washington coffeeshop Mom ‘n ’em Coffee & Wine opened a second location in Madisonville on June 6.

Named “Best Coffeeshop in Ohio” by Food & Wine magazine earlier this year, the popular coffee shop and wine bar shared on Facebook that they decided to expand to a new neighborhood about a year ago. 

In the Facebook post, the shop shared that the owners, brothers Austin and Tony Ferrari (who also run Fausto in the Contemporary Arts Center), learned about a building in Madisonville from a friend. The two went to take a look and immediately knew it would be a perfect second location for Mom ‘n ’em.


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They said the decision came after receiving frequent comments from customers who wanted a Mom ‘n ’em location on the east side of the city.

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Mom ‘n ’em Coffee & Wine Madisonville interior.

The location at 4310 Whetsel Ave. is having its grand opening Monday, June 6 from 8 a.m.-3 p.m.

​​”We have all of you amazing, and beautiful people to thank for all your friendship, showing up and being part of our community and culture and most importantly your support!” read the post.

The brothers went on to thank their mom, who was the inspiration for the shop, “Without you mom, the dream is not possible, the push is not possible, the long days chasing goals is not possible.”

Mom ‘n ’em Coffee & Wine is located at 3128 Colerain Ave., Camp Washington and 4310 Whetsel Ave., Madisonville. More info: momnemcoffee.com.

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