(Comma Coffee)n. the facilitation of communication and rejuvenation through relaxation or hibernation from the dot-com nation. It's a celebration of the population, and a justification for procrastination!
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A Place to Pause and Unwind
If life were a sentence Comma Coffee would be the comma... the pause... the breath... the break between two thoughts. We lead such busy isolated lives,
yet all the while longing for a sense of community. You will find that feeling here, in an atmosphere where everybody knows your name. Among comfy couches, books and games, chess, live music, dancing, poetry, and... oh yeah, GREAT COFFEE and FOOD, generations mingle, new friendships are formed, and old relationships are nurtured. You are invited to come and pause at Comma Coffee, where there is always a smile, a place and time to relax and rejuvenate your soul.
BREAKFAST • LUNCH • COFFEE • TEA • LIBATIONS • SMOOTHIES • PIZZAS • APPETIZERS
CATERING & MORE
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Did you know?
Comma Coffee shares her birthday with Nevada? That's right! We opened on Nevada Day 2000, and we really appreciate all of Nevada hosting a parade and coming out every year to help us celebrate!
Comma's building was built in 1869 by the Olkavich Brothers. Originally a dry goods mercantile, it has been many things over the years. It was Carson's first Nickelodeon Theatre, a candy parlor, and an antique store, campaign headquarters, a dance studio, kitchen emporium, and for over 80 years a mortuary. But she is the happiest now, and thrilled to have you here!
Comma Coffee's "Backseat Gallery" features local artists. A new show begins the first of each month with a meet-the-artist reception on the first Wednesday.
C.W. and Dr. Spitmore have been performing at Comma Coffee for nearly 13 years. You can listen to them every Tuesday at lunchtime. The Mile High Jazz Band played before an audience for the first time in April of 2001 at Comma Coffee. They perform the second Tuesday of each month. The proprietor of Comma Coffee is also a Jazz Singer, often joining the Mile High Band.
Though we don't believe Comma Coffee is haunted, we do often "enjoy" the antics of lively spirits...