Tanya and Dave Powers have purchased Honeycutt Coffee and plan to reopen the business Wednesday.
Honeycutt Coffee has been closed since February.
“I have a background in coffee, about 10 years,” Tanya Powers said. “Once I started, it was my passion. I just love it. I’ve always wanted to have my own shop. It’s just my dream.”
Tanya said she hopes to have Honeycutt open on Wednesday. They have already cleared health inspections and now await a city fire inspection.
“You get to meet so many people,” she said. “I want people to come in and I want this to be like ‘Cheers.’ They’re going to walk in the door and they will be like Norm. That’s what I want to make them feel like.”
Honeycutt has always been a local community coffee house and meeting place. The Powerses hope to take that flavor to the next level.
“I feel like people are going to come in and will feel the vibe and the love and they’re going to want to stay. We will build a relationship and they will want to come back,” Tanya said.
She said there will be some different drinks added to the menu and new equipment, including a soda machine.
“I’m still going to focus on the coffee that I do. I have some refreshers. It’s kind of like a tea but it’s a coffee base. They are super good. My claim to fame are my muffin tops. Not the bottom part, just the top,” Tanya said.
They will also be serving pastries, cheese Danish, brownies, breads and breakfast and lunch sandwiches.
She said in the future they hope to add some live entertainment but for now Honeycutt will keep the same hours, 6 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Saturday and 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Sunday.
There will be music playing in the store and free wi-fi.
“I hope people would want to come and have events here in the evenings,” she said.
The Powerses have lived in Arizona more than 12 years and Maricopa for three years.
“I just live down the street and I’ll be here every day,” Tonya Powers said.
Honeycutt Coffee is at 44400 W. Honeycutt Road, Suite 109.