Java Nation to Open Downtown Spring Location in September

Java Nation is set to open in downtown Silver Spring in September, according to an email received by the Source.

We reported last year that Java Nation would open its fourth coffee shop/café at the Station Square office complex at 1010 Wayne Ave. in a space vacated by a deli. According to the company’s website, the Silver Spring location will comprise two distinct concepts: a quick-service Java Express and a full-service Java Restobar.

“Breaking away from traditional coffee shops, Java Nation has ingeniously divided its space into two distinct concepts, catering to both the busy bees on the go and those seeking the complete Java Nation experience,” the website reads.

Java Express, the go-to spot for those in a rush but still craving their daily java fix. Java Express is designed to provide quick and efficient service without compromising on quality. Picture a sleek and streamlined space where you can swiftly grab your favorite coffee beverage, fresh salads, sandwiches and sweets personalized to your taste. Whether it’s a perfectly balanced espresso shot, a delicious omelet, or a refreshing iced beverage, Java Express ensures that your daily needs are met promptly!

Introducing Java Restobar, the ultimate destination in downtown Silver Spring for an extraordinary fusion of artisan cocktails, exceptional coffee, and delectable dining experiences from morning till night. With its innovative concept, Java Restobar seamlessly blends the worlds of mixology, coffee craftsmanship, and culinary delights, offering a truly immersive and unforgettable experience for all. Java Restobar invites you to indulge in the perfect harmony of flavors, ambiance for breakfast, lunch and dinner with live music. Step into a realm where coffee, cocktails, and culinary creations converge, and let Java Restobar become your ultimate destination for all-day dining bliss.

Java Nation operates outlets in Kensington, on Rockville Pike in North Bethesda, and in Kentlands in Gaithersburg. The company opened its first store in 2012 and features freshly roasted coffee and locally sourced produce, according to its website.

The North Bethesda location also serves cocktails, beer, and wine; a liquor board hearing was held last week for the downtown Silver Spring location.

Rendering courtesy of Java Nation (h/t Brian Hakans / @SilverSpringEats)

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