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Ada cafe that employs people with disabilities to reopen June 1

Posted at 7:33 AM, May 29, 2020

ADA, Mich. — A popular West Michigan cafe that employs people with disabilities is planning to reopen June 1 following the coronavirus pandemic.

The owner of Brody's Be Cafe, 7267 Thornapple River Drive SE in Ada, says she is excited to open back up for business.

All employees will be expected to wear a mask, and there are sanitizer stations set up both inside and outside.

The cafe is famous for its handmade espresso drinks, smoothies, hot and iced coffees, and tea.

It will be open from Monday-Friday 9 a.m. - 4p.m., Saturday 10 a.m. - 4 p.m., and will be closed Sunday.