Uncle Nancy’s to brew its last cup after 12 years in Newton
The local coffee shop that has been a preferred stop for presidential candidates and local politicians and a meeting place for many Newtonians will be closing its doors next week.
Julie Hodge, co-owner of Uncle Nancy’s Coffeehouse and Eatery, confirmed Wednesday that the local java joint will serve its final cup on Friday, July 13. Hodge had no further comment regarding the reason for the closure.
Originally owned by Bill and Nancy Watt, Uncle Nancy’s has been in Newton for nearly 12 years. Julie and Reggie Hodge purchased the business in 2010 after Nancy Watt put the coffee shop, located at 114 N. Second Ave. W., on Newton’s downtown square up for sale following her husband’s passing. The shop was originally located in the 200 block of First Avenue West.
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