Bump ‘n Grind Makes Analog Market its Permanent Home

Coffee shop and roaster Bump ‘n Grind has made its permanent home at the Analog Market at 923 Gist Ave. in downtown Silver Spring, owner David Fogel announced.

Fogel announced last October his plans to transform the building into a “one-of-a-kind third space”, including an outdoor garden, indoor coffee house/restaurant, vinyl/piano bar, and back patio while maintaining the Analog Market on the second floor.

“After six months of putting love, great vibes, and the intermingling of creative minds and seekers into Analog Market, we have cemented our future at 923 Gist Ave. in downtown Silver Spring,” Fogel said via email.

“We are expanding the offerings of our full-service coffee bar, welcoming more funky small businesses into our mid-century home, and increasing the programming of our cozy confines,” Fogel said. “B ‘n G and crew are actively improving Analog Market to appeal to a diverse range of interests with interesting community programming, eclectic musical selectors, and engaging curiosities for all ages.”

Local businesses with an outpost at the Analog Market include Mojomala, Narrow Passage Store, Bump ‘n Grind Wax, Pete’s Train Emporium, and new arrival Bottom Dwellers.

“Bottom Dwellers has brought in a rack of vintage and lightly-loved threads. Their rack will be updated weekly, so make sure to come check to see what fashion finds the Dwellers are uncovering,” Fogel said.

The Analog Market will be open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. from Thursday to Sunday, beginning Jan. 12.

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