Changing the name of a business can be tough. Working to convert the old Cafe Book into Little Bean Coffee Company requires effort into rebranding, such as logo cups. Staff are spreading the new name in as many ways as possible, to make the transition smoother.
Changing the name of a business can be tough. Working to convert the old Cafe Book into Little Bean Coffee Company requires effort into rebranding, such as logo cups. Staff are spreading the new name in as many ways as possible, to make the transition smoother.

Transforming Cafe Book

Antioch’s Cafe Book, now known as Little Bean Coffee Company, is revamping their style and name.

October 23, 2019

The Cafe Book in downtown Antioch has recently undergone various renovations. Now known as Little Bean Coffee Company, the locally owned coffee shop is revamping their menu as well as their role in the community. Due to being a popular study spot, the new Little Bean Coffee Company is receiving a variety of reviews from its patrons.

“It’s so cute inside,” freshman Julia Kraus said. “It’s a nice place because it’s different from other coffee shops.”

The name change and renovations have been a source of many positive reviews from frequent visitors. Customers are able to work in a productive environment, and get away from outside distractions. Although the feedback has been widely positive, not all customers appreciate the change and there are a few sources of conflict in regards to the new name. 

“I feel like I could hear that name anywhere, but I do think Little Bean sounds more inviting,” sophomore Haleigh Zenoni said. “It’s more modern and it will be easier to distinguish.”

Although there are mixed reviews about the name and its individuality, Little Bean Coffee Company is striving to rebrand the local coffee industry for everyone to enjoy. Becoming a calm place apart from home and work is the goal of the establishment. 

“I really love how close knit the coffee community is,” Little Bean Coffee Company owner Angela Burns said. “You can find comfort in a cup of coffee no matter where you are.”

Connecting to both Antioch and the coffee industry is a priority of Little Bean. Furthermore, a range of new menu items are coming to the Little Bean soon, as well as a variety of community related events. Customers can view the renovated interior, while supporting a local business. The change has exhibited different opinions from customers but the Little Bean is continuing their transformation to give new perspectives on coffee in Antioch.

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Daylia Brock, Lifestyles Writing Editor
Daylia Brock is a senior at Antioch Community High School, has started her fourth year on staff and is Captain of the ACHS dance team. When she is not dancing, Brock can be found sleeping, volunteering on behalf of her involvement in the National Honors Society, thrifting an excessive amount of sweaters and earrings or getting a little too invested in the plot of "Criminal Minds".

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