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Trish Dahl, co-owner of Northside grind stocks the self-serve coffee station with sugar, cream honey, agave nectar, cinnamon, and nutmeg.

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What’s Brewing at Northside Grind?

Top of Page:  Trish Dahl, co-owner of Northside Grind, keeps the self-serve coffee station well stocked with sugar, cream, honey, agave nectar, cinnamon, nutmeg and more. 

So much more than its name implies, Northside Grind carries a full range of convenience items and cold beverages as well as freshly made wraps and hoagies, deli salads, sliced meats and cheeses, grab ’n go hot sandwiches and burritos. 

Since opening in 2019, Northside Grind quickly gained fame for delicious gourmet coffee. In addition to aromatic by-the-cup options, you have a choice of Messenger brand — or the signature Northside Grind label in 12-ounce and five-pound bags. Flavors include Colombian, Decaf, and Espresso.

When you opt for the self-serve coffee center, complimentary items include natural cane sugar, Sweet N Low, Splenda, Barista liquid sugar, honey, organic Blue Agave nectar, CoffeeMate creamers, as well as ground cinnamon and nutmeg.

For added enjoyment, why not treat yourself to a $1 biscotti?

Northside Grind is conveniently located at Flamboyan on the Bay Resort & Villas where you’ll find plenty of parking. 

The shop is open seven days a week from 6:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.   For more information, go to facebook.com/northsidegrind or call 340-642-2421.

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A:  A buck-an-ear!
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A:  An arm & a leg!

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