Is there such thing as too much Madcap? I donโ€™t think so. And the good people of Grand Rapids, Michigan seem to agree, as June 2nd marked the grand opening of the third Madcap location in its home city.

According to the press release, the new location is attached to Madcapโ€™s roasting space on Fulton Street will be an extension of the first cafe. From the press release:

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โ€œAt Madcap we strive to connect people to world-class coffee through an engaging and approachable experience,โ€ said Trevor Corlett, CEO of Madcap Coffee. โ€œWith our third Grand Rapids location we hope to provide the community with a fresh coffee experience by building off of our original location and maintaining our core values of quality coffee, service and creative thinking.โ€

The nearly 90-year-old space that was once an auto shop will draw โ€œinspiration from the craft bar industry,โ€ including โ€œample amounts of bar seating for ordering drinks and quick bites to eat.โ€ The new Madcap will also offer sparkling cascara, nitro cold brew, seasonal signature beverages, and made-to-order waffles.

For more information on the new cafe, visit the Madcap website, or you know, go check out the spot firsthand.

Madcapโ€™s new location is located at 1041 Fulton Street E, Grand Rapids, and is open now.

Zac Cadwaladerย is the news editor at Sprudge Media Network.

*top image via Madcap

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