COFFEE CLUTCH: A pair of St.
Anthonys classmates are getting on the caffeine train
and taking it to success. George Heslin, formerly of Dix Hills,
and Mary Beth Steenson- Kraese, of South Huntington, Friars
from the class of 1987, are teaming up to bring Cozy Cabin
Coffee (www.cozycabincoffee.com) to the next level. Heslin,
a golf professional who now lives in New Jersey, founded the
company in 2004, and recently brought Steenson-Kraese on board
as president for her social media and marketing background.
Cozy Cabin Coffee provides its customers with high-quality
blends. They currently offer three blends: Uncle Bruces
Private Reserve, an array of African, Indonesian and Central
American coffee ($10.99/12 oz.); Mountain Blend, a mix of
the finest South American beans with the companys Classic
French Roast ($8.99/12 oz.); and Tranquility, a decaf blend
($8.99/12 oz.). Creating the perfect coffee experience
has always been George's priority and is now ours,
Steenson-Kraese said. I am very honored to be his new
teammate in this venture together!
GREEN CHEESE: We saw all kinds of green things on Sunday at
the St. Patricks Parade: green cookies, green accessories,
green drinks, and even green pets. But at Ideal Cheese (278
Main St., Huntington, 631-923-3434, www.idealcheesehuntington.com),
the green item of the day was you guessed it!
cheese. Featured cheeses that day included Wasabi Gouda and
Pesto Gouda, in a color that matched the spirit of the parade.
And although it wasnt green in color, Irish Cheddar
was green in spirit, all the way from Ireland.
SIDE OF PSYCHIC: Who doesnt like a little psychic to
go with their Latin fusion cuisine? Perfecto Mundo Latin Fusion
Bistro (1141-1 Jericho Turnpike, Commack, 631-864-2777, www.perfectomundoli.com)
hosts psychic medium Jeffrey Wands on Monday, April 15. Reservations
are required for this limited seating engagement. $70 includes
dinner, dessert and soft drinks.
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