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Chillicothe's Coffee Central-much more than just coffee!

Coffee Central, located in Central Center off Western Avenue in Chillicothe, offers a tremendous variety of homemade comfort foods to accompany its locally roasted coffee.  From hand-sized cinnamon rolls to quiche, Coffee Central continuously welcomes visitors with scrumptious choices for breakfast and beyond.

Whether or not one is seeking a plain cup of java or a bite to go with it, he can find more than a boxed version of biscotti at Coffee Central where the staff cooks and bakes well beyond the posted business hours.

A recent trip to Coffee Central found lobster bisque on the lunch menu.  Smooth and creamy, this full serving sized bowl was a meal in itself.  Paired with a buckeye cappuccino, (peanut butter and chocolate-of course!) it was a complete lunch.  Other daily choices include the house chicken salad and other hot sandwiches made to order.

As for the coffee, local coffee owners "Two Roasting Joes" provide local businesses such as Coffee Central with fresh roasted coffee with a regional flare.  Flavors such as the Scioto Settlers' Brew, can only be found at select retailers such as Coffee Central.

Looking for a good cup and coffee and perhaps something delicious to go with it?  Take a look at Coffee Central in Central Center-Chillicothe.  The experience is above and beyond the ordinary.

Additional information:  Coffee Central is open 6-5 Monday-Friday and 8-3 Saturday and Sunday.  Phone: 773-2633.




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