New Order Coffee is expanding with Royal Oak, Birmingham, and Ferndale locations

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New Order Coffee is.... busy.

The Midtown Detroit roastery and coffee shop is moving forward on three new locations — one each in Royal Oak and Birmingham that should open this year, and another in Ferndale planned for 2020.



Construction at New Order's 1,800-square-foot second location in Beaumont Health's Woodward Corners' plaza is underway and slated to open this summer.

Work also started on a New Order Custom Roast Bean Bar in the Birmingham Papa Joe’s Gourmet Market at 34244 Woodward Ave.



The company is also in the process of moving its R&D Lab, offices and commissary to Troy to centralize production, and will convert its existing Ferndale space into a café sometime in 2020.
New Order opened its Midtown shop two years ago and specializes in small batch coffee and inventive drinks like the cereal milk latte or M&M mocha latte. The company has also launched over 15 coffee blends, started its Rare Share collection of exotic beans, and built a line of proprietary custom mugs and tumblers.

The Detroit location is at 3100 Woodward Ave.
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