Organic coffee shop opens on North Pine

Team Radio Marketing Group - November 15, 2016 3:36 pm

Cars & Coffee Bistro, 115 North Pine Street, recently opened as an organic coffee and tea shop and bistro.

Owner Justin Burnett bought the building earlier in the year and with help from friends  and family and has renovated several areas. The front area is the “coffee” part and the back part is home to the “cars” part.  He is working on the “Bistro” with input from customers.

Burnett opened his storefront in part to share his love of good coffee, tea and food with his customers.  The coffee being sold by Burnett is “Grounds for Change,” an organic line which contains no pesticides, no glyphosates and is sourced directly from the growers.

The coffee fits Burnett’s lifestyle choices and allows him to bring specialty coffee to Ponca Citians.

“I wanted to fill a niche in the coffee and tea area here in Ponca City,” Burnett said. “I have friends, family and now customers who are excited to be able to purchase and enjoy sourced, organic coffee and tea  made someplace other than at home.”

In the back, Burnett details cars.

“Being in the downtown area, people can drop of their cars and still run errands or shop.  Having two very diverse businesses under one roof brings in more customers and allows me to cross market the coffee and the cars,” he said.   “The more input I get from customers, the better I can make their experience.”

Teaming up with “Fit Meals for You” out of Oklahoma City, Burnett offers ready-made meals, parfaits and breads  made in Ponca City and delivered for sale in the Bistro’s glass front refrigerator.  These meals are made with organic, grass-fed beef, free-range chicken and supplies sourced as locally as possible.

The Bistro area has a few tables and a sofa for customers.

Store hours are 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday and 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday. It is closed on Sunday.  Delivery is available by calling (580) 762-3392.

For more information, check the Cars and Coffee Bistro Facebook page.


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