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Your new addiction

By Trevor Hale

Old habits die hard, especially when it comes to coffee shops. No one wants to abandon their caffeine-fueled home away from home when you’ve finally taught the barista how to make your drink just the way you want it. Changes that drastic hardly ever work out. But sometimes it is time for a change, and if and when it’s time for you to make that decision, Two Creek Coffee House should be at the top of your list.
It’s located at 502 E. Third Ave., but if you didn’t know you were supposed to look for it, you’d probably miss it. There’s no blazing neon sign out front advertising itself to the world, no curbside seating where people heckle the traffic and the bike rack is almost the same size as the parking lot, which encourages people to take a more leisurely route. The building itself looks like something you wouldn’t think of as a coffee shop, but once you set foot inside you wouldn’t be able to imagine it as anything else. It’s quiet, out of the way and offers great coffee, a patio and free wireless Internet. The only downside is that it closes early at 7 p.m. But at least this way, you don’t have to completely sacrifice your nighttime coffee shop hangout.
Trevor Hale

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