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You can BANK on it! Stacy Lynn Murphy is bringing a one-of-a-kind organic restaurant and bakery to New Milford!

Stacy Lynn Murphy is bringing a one-of-a-kind organic restaurant and bakery to historic Bank Street!

Relocating and rebranding, Murphy is moving her Brookfield eatery (Ironworks Cafe) just seven miles north to New Milford! 
 
Located at 64 Bank Street, Cafe 1840, honoring the year the historic downtown street was named, will serve organic coffee, chocolates, fresh baked goods, and bubble teas!
 
Murphy says, "The entire theme of Cafe 1840 is up-cycled, salvaged, recycled and green. All our baked goods, coffees and teas are organic, Fair Trade, locally grown and resourced products."
 
According to the Cafe 1840 Facebook page, when the sun goes down, the Cafe will transform into a dessertini lounge where guests can enjoy handcrafted gourmet quiche, sandwiches, soups, salads, house-baked goods, frozen smoothies, brownie ice cream sundaes, espresso coffee, and home made chocolates.
 
Murphy says that Cafe 1840 will feature products and artwork produced by local artists, and a farm market section filled with dried meats, cheeses, eggs, and pies all sourced from all your Connecticut farm, curators and bakers.
 
Cafe 1840 is destined to become a modern-day "Cheers". Murphy says weekends will include live music and specialty cocktails. Enjoy a relaxing Sunday Brunch with complimentary mimosas and bloody marys.
 
Questions? Email  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . Stay up to date on construction progress and view photos by visiting Cafe 1840 on Facebook. 
 
*Image courtesy Cafe 1840 Facebook page.
 

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