Iconic Pittsburgh coffeehouse announces it will close doors
Sep. 06, 2018
PITTSBURGH (AP) — A long-standing Pittsburgh coffeehouse is shutting its doors after nearly 30 years in business.
Beehive Coffeehouse and Dessertery owners Scott Kramer and Steve Zumoff announced Wednesday the shop would be closing in the near future. The Tribune-Review reports the Beehive is known as a creative enclave for the artists of Pittsburgh.
Famous patrons include actors Sharon Stone, a Meadville native, and Joe Manganiello of Mt. Lebanon. The late Ann B. Davis, who played Alice in "The Brady Bunch," was also a regular visitor.
Kramer and Zumoff say the building is being sold and there is not enough business to keep the coffeehouse open. They say the coffeehouse will be around for at least two more months for people wanting a last visit.
Information from: Tribune-Review, http://triblive.com