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Airstream trailer to house Camp Washington coffee shop

A new coffee shop, Mom N’ Nem, is slated to open at 3132 Colerain Ave. near Camp Washington Chili in early 2017. The shop will be inside of a 1969 31-foot Land Yacht Airstream trailer, and will have an adjoining coffee garden where patrons can enjoy a fresh espresso beverage and relax.

 
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Brothers hope to serve coffee from Airstream trailer in Camp Washington -- soon

Tony and Austin Ferrari, natives who now live in San Francisco, have been working for the better part of a year to make that idea -- both new to the area and a little obscure, they say -- a reality. Mom 'N'em, as it's called, would set up shop on a vacant corner in Camp Washington. The business would be the first of its kind in the region.

 
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San Francisco restaurateurs with Cincinnati roots opening Camp Washington coffeehouse

A San Francisco chef and his restaurateur brother are opening a coffeehouse in an up-and-coming neighborhood in their native Cincinnati.

 
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Mom ‘N ‘Em: the Ferrari Brothers open a third place in Cincinnati

More than 50 years ago, Fausto Ferrari staked his claim in the American dream when he opened the Fausto Ferrari Barbershop on Garfield Place downtown. Now his grand-nephews, Tony and Austin Ferrari, are writing a new chapter in that story as their own family brand — The Ferrari Bros. — introduces the new coffee shop and wine bar Mom ‘N ‘Em to Camp Washington.

 
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Camp Washington's Mom 'N'em is a 'proper coffee shop' — but with wine and other boozy drinks

It may not be the coffee-shop-in-an-Airstream-trailer concept Tony and Austin Ferrari initially dreamed about, but Mom 'N'em will still serve as a neighborhood space when it opens March 29 in Camp Washington. It'll just be a neighborhood space that happens to serve up booze.

 
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Camp Washington coffee house-cafe is ready to open

A Camp Washington coffee house and cafe from a duo of brothers who operate a barber shop and upcoming restaurant downtown is ready to open after months of anticipation.

 
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Camp Washington's Mom 'n 'Em Coffee Hosts Grand Opening on Mother's Day

Austin and Tony Ferrari of downtown's Ferrari Barber & Coffee Co. and the Contemporary Arts Center's forthcoming Fausto cafe are ready to reveal their long-awaited Camp Washington coffee shop Mom 'n 'em.

 
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Inside Camp Washington’s Mom ‘n ‘Em Coffee, a Dreamy All-Day Cafe with Plenty of Tinned Fish

Austin and Tony Ferrari of downtown's Ferrari Barber & Coffee Co. and the Contemporary Arts Center's forthcoming Fausto cafe recently opened up their long-awaited Camp Washington coffee shop Mom 'n 'em. Not only does Mom 'n 'em serve an assortment of craft coffee, tea and housemade sodas, they also offer a menu of sweets, toasties and plenty of tinned fish, plus a curated wine selection and cocktails like a gin and tonic and negroni.

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The 127-Year-Old House Turned Cafe In Cincinnati Where You Can Fuel Up On Both Coffee And Wine

The history of Cincinnati can be told through its aging homes and buildings – all of which are still filled with life, whether or not they have been maintained over the years. The Queen City and its residents are passionate about giving new purposes to these historic places, and you’ll often see an aging warehouse transformed into apartments or a run-down business restored as a thriving restaurant. Two locals that definitely believe in this vision are the Ferrari brothers, who have already put their stamp on historic properties in our city. Their newest venture, Mom ‘n ’em Coffee, is now open in Camp Washington, and you’re going to love this 127-year-old house turned cafe in Cincinnati where you can fuel up on coffee and wine.

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The 127-Year-Old House Turned Cafe In Cincinnati Where You Can Fuel Up On Both Coffee And Wine

The history of Cincinnati can be told through its aging homes and buildings – all of which are still filled with life, whether or not they have been maintained over the years. The Queen City and its residents are passionate about giving new purposes to these historic places, and you’ll often see an aging warehouse transformed into apartments or a run-down business restored as a thriving restaurant. Two locals that definitely believe in this vision are the Ferrari brothers, who have already put their stamp on historic properties in our city. Their newest venture, Mom ‘n ’em Coffee, is now open in Camp Washington, and you’re going to love this 127-year-old house turned cafe in Cincinnati where you can fuel up on coffee and wine.

 

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