Bromfield Cafe to open at Porter Library
After a long search, the Westlake Porter Public Library Board of Trustees has announced that a new café will be moving into the space formerly occupied by Picc-A-Deli and Pulley’s at Porter. Owners CJ and Wendy Bromfield hope to open the café in July.
Bromfield Café plans to feature fair trade coffee and tea produced by Puro, a brand that offers coffee from seven fair trade cooperatives in South America. The café will also offer Puro Tea, as well as hot chocolate and other drinks, and small snacks. Bromfield also plans to survey customers to determine what other products they would like to see offered in the café.
Puro products are offered in many world-renowned sites like Buckingham Palace and the London’s Savoy Hotel. The Bromfields are the only distributor of Puro products in Ohio, putting WPPL visitors in very exclusive company.
“Since Pulley’s closed our customers have been asking us when we’re going to open another café,” said Library Director Andrew Mangels. “We’re thrilled to be able to once again offer them the place for refreshments that they so clearly desire, and look forward to working with this first-class establishment.”
Elaine Willis is the Public Relations Associate at Westlake Porter Public Library.