Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Pemberton Coffeehouse Closing

November 10, 2015
 

      Pemberton Coffeehouse opened just over four years ago on Pemberton Drive in a quaint brick house up on a hill, nestled amidst mature trees and with a tremendous view of Mitchell's Pond.   Kevin Twilley and his family spent countless hours excited and working together to turn this house into a family business, taking care not to lose but to enhance the colorful history of this building.
       In these four years we have met so many caring, wonderful individuals, couples and families—including pets.  We have made so many friends. There have been weddings, wedding receptions, bridal showers, birthdays, tea parties, graduation celebrations, Bar and Bat Mitzvahs.  Our goal has been to provide a place that was an extension of our home - a place where strangers could become friends and feel welcome.  We set high standards for everything we prepared, always putting quality first.
      During this time, there have been many changes in our family.  Rachel and Rebekah are both in nursing school; Danielle and Eliana are in high school; Erin is a PA and Alex is a Pharmacist; Penny is a Clinical Instructor of Nursing and Kevin has a growing business that he owns and operates. It became obvious that we could no longer invest the time needed to maintain our goals. 
      After many hours of family discussions and reluctance to let go of what has been such an important part of our lives, we have decided it is time to move forward and close the Coffeehouse. The last day we will be open is November 29th.   We would like to take this time to thank our amazing staff and wish them the very best.
      Thank you Salisbury for being supportive and we will miss being a part of the Coffeehouse Community!   

Kevin, Penny, Erin, Alex, Rachel, Rebekah, Danielle, Eliana and “Granny” Joyce

(We would love to see someone who would appreciate this business and make it theirs. Feel free to contact Kevin Twilley.)

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

I wonder if zoning would allow it to be turned back into a home?

Anonymous said...

After all the griping they did about the change to the road a couple of years ago. I knew from the start that place wouldn't last, just wanted to bitch about something. Cost taxpayers a lot of money due to the road change and now they just up and close. Never went in there due to that crap. Wont miss it closing

douglasfotografix said...

Go gripe about toilet seats being too low

Anonymous said...

It was very clique - y in there. I went in twice and never felt welcomed. Full of snotty customers who forgot they lived in Salisbury and not Beverly Hills. I rather go to wawa.

Cheryl said...

I'm sorry to hear of the closing- you did a great job and hosted many local musicians. I hope someone makes you an offer!!

Anonymous said...

This is a shame. My wife and I loved the place. Nice people, good food, great coffee, and a lovely view to enjoy it with. I hope someone buys it and continues in the location.

Anonymous said...

But when you go to WaWa, and are assulted by vagrants, I'm sure you'll be complaining about that too... All the while griping how there is no Local Businesses willing to set up shop in Smallsbury. Enjoy your high 'grounds'. Pun intended.
I for one will be here right up until it closes and will mourn the loss of an exemplary participant of our community.

Anonymous said...

6:35-I used to feel the same way until I realized that everyone was not like me.I was confusing their simply being different than I for being better than I.After discovering that secret (and it took years)I was befriended by the same people who I had once thought were putting me down.

Mike Hunt said...

"just wanted to bitch about something"

pot , meet kettle!
two words for you XAN AX

Anonymous said...

@ 9:12 PM I have never once had an issue at a Wawa as you claim. All I said was I didn't care for the atmosphere at Pemberton, you are probably one of those people that sit in there and judge others, your post that shows you didn't fully understand my comment makes that clear. I work close by and drive past twice a day, I gave it two shots, both times it was a cold unwelcoming feeling. Again, my opinion. Sorry you got so upset over my opinion and that you totally went off track with your comment. And your pun was not only incorrect, it was not funny.

Anonymous said...

November 10, 2015 at 9:12 PM

You clearly did not read my post, but thanks for playing....