A Popular Corridor Coffee Shop is Looking for New Owners
If it has always been your dream to run your own coffee shop, here's your chance! Káva House and Café in Swisher is on the hunt for new owners.
Since 2008, Káva House and Café has been a popular spot for Iowans near the Swisher area and beyond. According to their website, the building, at 122 2nd St SE, is actually a restored general store from 1914! The top floor of the building features four "quaint" apartments, with the business on the bottom floor. In addition to a variety of beverages, Kava House also serves breakfast, lunch, dinner, Dan and Debbie's ice cream, and homemade pastries. They even have an area with little gifts and cards!
Just yesterday (January 10th), the owners of Káva House and Café announced on Facebook that they are looking to sell the business to new owners. Karen and Craig Vondracek are ready to retire and are hoping to find "someone interested in carrying on the traditions and great service Kava House in known for." The post says that the shop has "a loyal customer base and have become a destination location for folks regionally, nationally, and even internationally."
Many of Kava House's customers had great things to say about the business after seeing the announcement post on Facebook. User Kristi Cooper wrote:
"Thank you for revitalizing Swisher with your vision! You have created a vibrant business that is the heart of the community! May the tradition continue with new owners!"
Another fan of Kava House wrote named Emily Wadle Kelly said:
If you're interested in buying Kava House & Cafe, which currently has a 4.8-star rating on Facebook, you can contact the owners by calling 319-857-5000 or send an email to email@example.com.