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Seven Grams Espresso Bar served its last coffee today

Seven Grams Espresso Bar closed today after a nearly five year run. The Popular Yorkville-area cafe had been serving up cold drip coffee since before it was cool and was well-known for showcasing visual artists as well as local musicians at its Sunday afternoon performances.

Last week, owner Heran Choi posted a message on Seven Gram's Facebook page thanks customers for their patronage but offering little in the way of an explanation as to why they decided to close. We reached out for additional comment and have yet to hear back.

This is the second popular indie coffee shop to announce their closure in recent days. Last week we reported that Sam James on Ossington was getting the boot in the wake of their building being sold to an American retailer.

Will you miss Seven Grams? Let us know in the comments.


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