It’s back-to-school time for all ages, and teachers have been busy readying their classrooms for the new school year. Due to tight budgets all around, many teachers find themselves without much money with which to buy classroom supplies. Most schools pass along this responsibility to parents in the form of classroom supply lists, but sometimes there are things that would be great to have that don’t quite make the list of necessities. If, after you’ve gotten everything on your child’s list, you find yourself with a little extra in your own budget, here are a few items your child’s teacher would likely appreciate!
Another sign downtown Detroit is revitilizing and rejuvenating.
Here’s the deal. A true sign of a great city is the ability to get a great cup of coffee.
So it’s with great joy that I welcome our newest super tasty coffee-supplying neighbor to downtown Detroit.
It’s the one and only Chez Zara, home of the world famous Nutella Latte. Yummmmm. Nutella. Yummmmmmmmm. Latte. Yummmmm.
I’ve had their coffee and it’s good. Trust me. I’m a coffee drinker (several a day) and these guys can brew some good java.
Founded in 2009, C|Z is the first espresso bar concept in Detroit. Our approach to business is simple, putting people before products and upholding the most uncompromising standards.
We’re reintroducing coffee the way it was meant to be experienced– traditionally, affordably, and passionately.
If you’re downtown in the D, stop by the M@dison building and give them a try. You won’t regret it.
Like I said, I’m a coffee guy. Chez Zara would call me a coffee snob. And I approve of them.