These three local businesses are generating some exciting buzz.
Building relationships with locally roasted coffee, Three Story Coffee connects its drinks to the farmers who grow it.
“Three Story Coffee has always been about connection. Whether it’s providing a space to visit with friends or inspiring the opportunity to learn more about the people and places behind our coffee, our hope is to bring people together and make the world seem just a little bit smaller. Connecting our customers with our farmers over an amazing cup of coffee that is freshly roasted in-house is an honor, and we’re excited to continue to serve the Mid-Missouri community for years to come.”Tony Anderson, Owner
311 Bolivar St. | @threestorycoffee | threestorycoffee.com
Being a crafter most of her life, Diane Lindsay has officially opened her own small business, Brimstone Gallery & Antiques, located on Ash Street. Alongside her mother, a seamstress, and father, an entertainer, Diane attended countless craft shows growing up. Now, her store offers antiques and home decor from vendors as well as items that Diane has worked on herself, such as fl oral arrangements, paintings, and restored furniture.
“A motto of mine is, ‘Always be humble and kind and be of service to others.’ I’m hoping my interactions with Brimstone Gallery reflect that.”Diane Lindsay, Owner
301 Ash St. | (573) 536-7776 | @brimstone-gallery-antiques
At BarWhiskey, guests can now find a wide selection of premium whiskeys and other spirits. Using simple and fresh ingredients, BarWhiskey specializes in making creative craft cocktails as well as giving their spin on classic favorites. The bar also comes with a private room available for events, which can seat up to 50 people.
“Our most important product is our service. Our staff takes pride serving you at the bar and in the community.Matt Green, Owner