Enjoy a cup of brew inside the charming house that was converted into the shop, or sit outside on the flower-filled patio.
The coffee shop, located next to Joe's Real BBQ, also regularly hosts live music and other events.
The groundbreaking ceremony for Building 313 in the Gilbert Heritage District took place the morning of June 6, 2016, marking the official start to the construction of a three-story, multipurpose, women-focused structure.
Gilbert's Heritage District will soon welcome a women-focused, three-story multipurpose center, with plans for a restaurant, the town's first rooftop bar and more.
It is an intimate theater in the round that attracts large audiences all year. The three-story facility, inspired by the Burnside Rocket Building in Portland, Ore., will be about 15,600 square feet. King Smith said the building “started as a dream at least 10 years ago.” She recalled “...
Joe's Real BBQ | This restaurant in downtown Gilbert is housed in a building that's more than 70 years old.
They gathered as Lynne King Smith thanked her supporters and reflected on the process of acquiring the land and designing the building.
Entrepreneur Lynne King Smith, General Contractor Lorraine Bergman, Interior Designer Dina Rosas and more grabbed their shovels at the groundbreaking event for Building 313 in the Gilbert Heritage District on June 6, 2016.
Entrepreneur Joe Johnston, an owner in Liberty Market, also owns Joe’s Real BBQ and Joe’s Farm Grill. Started by a mother-daughter team, it specializes in fresh, homemade-style breakfast and lunch dishes, as well as sweets like blackberry cobbler and a Cake of the Day. The .3 million project is “totally self-funded,” King Smith said.
Hale Centre Theatre | Hale Centre Theatre was opened in 2003 by David Dietlein. The parade is held in the Gilbert Heritage District at a.m. Mayor John Lewis attended the groundbreaking and spoke about the number of firsts the building brings to Gilbert — aside from the rooftop bar and potential brewery — including the first owner-occupied commercial space and the first North American headquarters in the Heritage District in Ticket Force. Economic Development Director Dan Henderson said the town provided no tax incentives for the project.