Dreamer’s Coffee House & Deli Extends Its Hours For Fall 2013 Final Exams
December 10, 2013 3:45 AM Pacific Standard Time
RENO, Nev. – To help increase student business at Dreamer’s Coffee House & Deli, the owner, Jonathan Bascom, has announced that he is hosting an event called “Study Hall” Dec. 11, 12 and 15.
Dreamer’s will remain open until midnight during the “Study Hall” event to provide University of Nevada, Reno students a place to study and keep the caffeine flowing while preparing for final exams.
“Dreamer’s has always been a supporter of the Pack since I’m a college graduate from UNR as well,” says Bascom.
According to University of Nevada, Reno student Summer Ogilvie, Dreamer’s provides the perfect atmosphere for studying.
“It’s fun and noisy enough . . . so I don’t leave as soon because I don’t get bored. I can’t study at home because I will just watch Netflix and take a nap.”
Dreamer’s has free wireless Internet, tables and outlets perfect for students’ studying needs.
In addition to the wide variety of drinks such as loose-leaf teas, cappuccino, milkshakes and blended drinks served, Dreamer’s also offers an array of bagel sandwiches and baked treats. All these are made to order and Bascom ensures that every customer is satisfied.
“It’s always been my dream to have a little café because I wanted a place where people could come and socialize . . . that’s why I wanted to offer a little bit of everything to people.”
“Dreamer’s is the perfect place to study because it’s not too crowded and they have my favorite drink– a peanut butter mocha,” says Lander Kennedy a student at UNR and a frequent customer at Dreamers.
Dreamer’s Coffee House & Deli reopened in Midtown in Reno, NV in August 2012 since closing its location in the Riverwalk District in 2009 due to the recession. Although the shop’s current location is smaller and slightly less busy than its previous one, Bascom enjoys the more “neighborhood” feeling of this location. About every two months, Dreamer’s showcases local Reno artists’ paintings and drawings on the walls and customers can buy them at the shop. The shop also has free Wi-Fi, relaxed ambience and creative drinks such as the peanut butter mocha and the oolong tea with gunpowder. Dreamer’s has around 50 returning and loyal customers whom Bascom knows by name.
Dreamer’s Coffee House & Deli
701 S. Virginia St.
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