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[Eat & Drink ArtPrize 2010] Ferris Coffee & Nut

Ferris' retail shop offers more than just coffee and nuts.

Ferris' retail shop offers more than just coffee and nuts. /Tommy Valdez

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Hours and prices

Hours: Monday through Friday 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Saturday - 9 a.m. to 1 pm
Sunday - Closed

Price: $-$$

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Ferris Coffee & Nut's retail store, located at 227 Winter Avenue, across the stret from the YMCA, serves as a training facility for retail workers as well as a spot for visitors to come in and try the many products the company offers, including coffee drinks, nuts and chocolate goodies.

According to the company's website, Ferris Coffee & Nut offers, "A wide variety of the finest gourmet coffees from around the world; the highest quality gourmet nut products roasted fresh daily to insure freshness; a selection of unique snack and trail mixes; an assortment of gourmet chocolates and goodies from Marich, Arway, Ghirardelli, and Jelly Belly in about any flavor your heart desires; home coffee brewers and espresso machines from Capresso French Presses, Grinders, and more"

From coffee, nuts, coffee, dried fruit and tea to flavorful mixes, Ferris Coffee & Nut has a lot to offer in the way of gifts or something to munch on yourself.

The ArtPrize you'll see

James H Devries is the single artist exhibiting ArtPrize work at Ferris Coffee & Nut. His piece, "The pierced veil," involves fabricated metal and glass to create, what he calls, an "abstract expression of a spiritual concept."

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