UPDATE 3/10/2023: Those looking to grab a cup of coffee in Comstock Park can now do so at Cooking Connection. 

The business shared to Facebook that after the departure of Eternal Coffee next door, they'll be taking over serving up coffee. 

Some of the changes include:

  • Earlier hours - Cooking Connection is now open starting at 6a.m.
  • Curbside pickup - Pull into one of their curbside parking spots right outside their door and they'll bring your order out
  • Self-service coffee station has been added

Original Story 2/20/2023: Get in and get that coffee fix before the end of the month...

Eternal Coffee in Comstock Park Shutting Down

A specialty coffee shop in Comstock Park serving espresso, latte, cappuccino, mocha, and more has announced its closure.

Eternal Coffee, Facebook
Eternal Coffee, Facebook

The owners of Eternal Coffee at 3979 West River Dr. NE in Comstock Park shared the news to Facebook, saying,

We will be moving on from Eternal Coffee at the end of the month. We just wanna say thank you to everyone for your support in our endeavor. We appreciated all of the customers who came in and the wonderful community around us.

Eternal Coffee's last day in business is February 28th, 2023.

While Eternal Coffee is shutting down, it sounds like the other businesses in the building, Cooking Connection, Cookie Chicks, and Mama's Muffins 'N More will remain open.

If you love Eternal Coffee's drinks there's good news though!

Eternal Boba at Rivertown Mall Remains Open

The owners say their other business, Eternal Boba, in Grandville will remain open.

Eternal Boba, Instagram
Eternal Boba, Instagram

The beverage shop is located in the food court at Rivertown Crossings Mall.

Menu items include Boba fruit tea and milk tea, Matcha, Chai, and more.

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