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Coffeehouse Culture

1925 Spyros at Dimitris coffee house on Cherry St in Canton

While attending to my father’s convalescence and physical therapy, we have had an opportunity to catch up on various stories of family history and the shared passion for understanding our human traditions.  One of the memories he described was his father Dimitri’s coffee house in Canton, Ohio.  Before opening in Canton in 1925, he had run a coffeehouse for the local coal mine in Sunnyside Utah.

Carbon County History Link by Spyros Vutetakis

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For the whole article about my grandfather’s coffeehouse  click here.

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