Cup of Joey Food Truck is Going Brick-and-Mortar

The family-owned business that’s been spinning its wheels (in the best way) around Mesa has found a more permanent location.
Cup of Joey Food Truck is Going Brick-and-Mortar
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For more than a couple of weeks now, Cup of Joey, the gourmet coffee and drinks truck that also serves artisan Aussie treats in Mesa, has been dropping hints and pics of the storefront the company will soon call its own. The ‘dynamic father and daughter food truck team’ has found itself some less mobile digs.

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We were unable to reach Co-owner Amy Collins at the time of publication to confirm the location, but lease intel obtained by What Now Phoenix suggests the coffee shop is headed to The Shoppes at Highland Village on N Ellsworth Road in Mesa.

At Cup of Joey you can enjoy specialty coffee, beverages, and bites sourced from Australia. How could you not indulge in the company’s signature brews, like the Bendigo, a chocolate and candied orange latte, or the Toowoomba, a pumpkin pie and caramel latte? You can even get a better grasp on Aussie slang by heading over to the company’s Instagram page.

Comments made by Cup of Joey on the company’s Instagram account suggest you’ll be able to find the storefront open 7 days a week, morning through evening. Oh, and game nights, college football, and speed dating are all on the menu as well.

The owners are aiming to open sometime this fall but have not yet announced a date. So while you wait, you can visit Cup of Joey’s website for the truck’s schedule, and you should certainly follow the coffee shop on social media for all the details.

Photo: Official
Photo: Official

Eve Payne

Eve Payne is a freelance writer with an MFA in poetry from Syracuse University. In 2019, she received the Leonard Brown Prize for her poetry, which has appeared or is forthcoming in Colorado Review, The Adroit Journal, Nashville Review, and RHINO.
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