So much has happened in the few years that we’ve been around, both for us, and for our customers. Connections, both big and small have occurred. Once upon a time there were two customers who met at their favorite coffeeshop. They put together a barbecue and invited us. A year or so later they traveled together on a road trip. Several years have passed and they are now married with their first child.
I feel so much gratitude for every single connection that I have seen made in the space that we serve coffee. It’s humbling and encouraging to create such a space. I’ve always been a fan of places where the staff seems to care about you – what you’re doing and where you’re going. The outside world can often seem like a large and intimidating place, especially when news reports are always breaking and situations are ever-changing. It is reassuring to be in a coffeeshop. A place where civility is upheld and conversations are happy. A place where you can feel cozy, talk to others, or enter a flow state and get work done.
As we approach the holiday season of 2018 we are so happy to announce that we will be hosting a Curbsgiving on November 18. This is a community potluck that all are invited to attend. If you intend to bring food, please sign up at the shop and let us know what you’re bringing. We’re really looking forward to sharing more good times and good coffee with all of you.
The Curb Kaimuki