Open Thread Monday: September 5th Edition

These open threads provide a chance for us to chat with our neighbors. Ask questions, share news, or whatever you want. As long as it’s central to Frederick County and civil, anything goes.

Have at it in the comments!

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12 thoughts on “Open Thread Monday: September 5th Edition

  1. I may have missed a previous discussion, but has anyone been to Dublin Roasters yet? How are their on-site roasted beans and are they worth the price? Could this be Frederick’s new top coffee shop?

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    • Yes and yes. The owners have been roasting coffee for years and selling it though a delivery service. They supply a few of the restaurants in the area including Volt; they’ll even roast your own custom blend if you want. They opened this place last year and I stop by whenever I can, but haven’t been in a couple of months. My favorite is their Colombian and the Sisters Blend. I love it!

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  2. The coffee is great. They actually put ice cubes made from coffee in the iced coffee so it doesn’t get watered down–so wonderful and thoughtful. They also have a lovely premium bean called “Waialua Fancy” that is worth the extra splurge. Just try it once and you’ll be hooked. They do a great job!

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  3. Olives is Fighting Cystic Fibrosis and You Can Help! On September 8, Olives will donate 10% of their sales to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. All you have to do is show up, eat, drink and be merry! How easy is that? You’ll enjoy great food and great drinks and you’re helping a great cause! Please plan to join us for lunch, dinner and happy hour September 8th. 137 North Market Street, Frederick.

    Please spread the word by telling your friends and neighbors. Thank you!

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  4. Curious……I’d love to know more about the history of Shab Row. Is it as old as it appears to be or was it built to look old? I was in a tailor’s shop yesterday and the interior timber beams certainly seemed to be quite old and had a hand hewn look, just like in very old (200+) homes in the UK.

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