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The Fine Grind Plans 12th Anniversary Celebration


LITTLE FALLS, NJ —The Fine Grind will be celebrating its 12th birthday at The Fine Grind Coffee Bar, located at 101 Newark-Pompton Turnpike in Little Falls on Saturday, June 24 from 1 to 4 p.m.

Little Falls Mayor James Damiano will be cutting the cake with Fine Grind owners Rhonda and Jon Mallek, so stop by and say hello to the mayor.

The Fine Grind invites everyone to come for a slice of complimentary birthday cake* and a free gift* just for stopping by. (*while supplies last). Friends who stop by will enjoy the energy and atmosphere of live music led by local musician John Hicks.

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Don’t miss the TFG “Mug Shots” custom photo booth where you will take photos of your friends and family with fun props in front of a decked out Fine Grind background. Put us up on your Instagram and/or Facebook with the hash tag #tfgmugshots and try for a chance to be featured on the website and social media and a chance to win a Fine Grind gift card.

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The Fine Grind Coffee Bar has two locations: 101 Newark-Pompton Turnpike in Little Falls and 239 Berdan Avenue in Wayne. The Fine Grind serves organic and fair-trade coffee, fun coffee concoctions, Fro-Ho’s and various teas. Also on the menu are tasty breakfast items and lunch specialties. The Fine Grind offers many weekly events, including live music, a weekly Open Mic at each location, free seminars, book signings and more. 

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