Steve Chase, co-owner of Tourist Hat Coffee. Photo by Robert Eliason.

Eat Drink Savor

Eat, Drink, Savor: Tourist Hat expands, offering a world of flavors

Tourist Hat Coffee expands to include a cafe and roasting in Murphy’s. The Hollister coffee company continues its local distribution. 

Coffee ready to roast. Courtesy of Craze Coffee Roasters

Features

Eat, Drink, Savor: Craze Coffee Roasters wants to be your favorite new brand

Craze coffee is a fresh roasted, local product.

Edgar and Diana Mayorga, owners of Café Con Leche. Photo by Frank Perez.

Features

Mobile coffee business finds its grounds

Cafe Con Leche owners aspire to one day have a brick-and-mortar shop.

Locals mingle over coffee at Be True Cafe's ribbon-cutting ceremony on Sept. 27. Photo courtesy of Victor Terrazas, Modality View.

Business

Be True Cafe now brewing in Hollister

Business park coffee spot embraces whole body care.

Calavera Coffee in downtown Hollister features different roasters' coffee every month. Tabi Medefesser, pictured above, is one of the shop's baristas. Photo provided by Evan Morris.

Business / Economy

Calavera Coffee focuses on community

Making strides in sustainability and employee development.

Former employee Chace Miguel said, "Mars Hill serves as a place for people to go enjoy themselves and hangout with their friends and family." Photo courtesy of Chace Miguel.

Business / Economy

Mars Hill: A cornerstone of downtown Hollister

Coffeehouse marks 10 years in business with new furniture and a steady stream of customers.

Life Skills students work with teachers and aides to to prepare menu items that are sold to staff members on campus. Photo provided by SBHS.

Business / Economy

Brewing up a Baler partnership

San Benito High School Life Skills students develop business and leadership skills in cooperation with local coffee business.

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Schools & Education

New Gavilan president to host coffee talk

"Coffee and Conversations" series will start in Hollister on Saturday, July 23

Vertigo was jammed for a few late afternoon hours of art and music.

Art & Culture

Pop-up art show brews in San Juan

A growing group of artists centers around Vertigo in San Juan Bautista and brings its own inspiration to San Benito County

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Business / Economy

Starbucks drive-thru draws crowds

Coffee cravings draw the curious and the thirsty to new location

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Business / Economy

Starbucks’ drive-thru to open May 20

Former Union Bank building to feature the coffee house and, soon, Rabobank