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Sweetwaters Opens First Cafe on Long Island

LongIsland.com

Chain started in Ann Arbor, Michigan has one other area location in Brooklyn.

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Photo: Courtesy of Sweetwaters Coffee & Tea.

While Sweetwaters might be relatively unknown to locals, the coffee and tea cafe has almost 40 locations across the U.S. and its making it’s first inroads on Long Island with its newest location in Smithtown.

 

Sweetwaters Coffee & Tea started in Ann Arbor, Michigan in the early 1990s by a husband-and-wife duo. The company has stiff competition from other local shops and that other brand so ubiquitous on Long Island.

 

This first foray into the area will be a start.

 

Photo: Courtesy of Sweetwaters Coffee & Tea.

 

According to a statement released by the company, the new café occupies over 1,450 square-feet on West Main Street in Smithtown. They say they will offer a globally-inspired menu featuring premium coffees, teas, pastries, and more.

 

“The cafe will offer indoor and outdoor seating and a drive-thru for customer convenience. Located on west main street, Sweetwaters is a perfect fit for Long Island,” said co-owner & Director of Operations Jeffery Wong in a statement.

 

Location: 200 West Main Street, Smithtown.

 

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