Coffee and collectables are served up at Main Street’s Cowboys and Angels Café | Plateau Business News

Owner Melissa Polland and son Gunnar welcome guests to Cowboys and Angels Café.  - Courtesy photo
Owner Melissa Polland and son Gunnar welcome guests to Cowboys and Angels Café.
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Cowboys and Angels Café, a new shop offering coffee and handmade collectibles, will soon be opening in downtown Buckley.

Owner Melissa Polland plans to debut her business Nov. 20 at 691 Main St., a site formerly occupied by Clancy’s Coffee.

The coffee side of the operation offers a full espresso bar with Martin Henry brand coffee. The menu will feature dine-in or take-out items for a quick grab-and-go breakfast, or a lunch that consists of a soup of the day, panini sandwiches, and more.

Owners are looking to promote local artists and will help showcase arts and crafts, along with homemade one-of-a-kind items. Homemade soaps, scarves, jewelry, hair ties, crochet items, and fresh local honey, are among the offerings.

Hours: 5 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Saturday.

Phone: 360-761-7297

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