Luck & Love Homestead opened up in early 2019 as a retail outlet attached to Night Kitchen Coffee. We offer carefully selected produce, artisanal dry goods, whole bean and brewed coffee, and spice blends. At the end of the year, they expanded into the final space in their building on S. Third Street. At The Table provides a space to gather, learn, and eat while surrounded by locally produced crafts and art, says owner Leslie Grove.

Denton provided a great central location for Night Kitchen Coffee’s roasting and spice blending manufacturing. Expanding into retail was a natural extension and Luck & Love Homestead creates a space where you can come in and taste coffees and learn what is unique about our offerings, says Grove. In 2020, we will be adding in some grab and go food options expanding our connection with Talbot County’s Eat Sprout.

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