Commonplace Coffee Changing Locations In Point Breeze, Debuts New Charitable Brew

The company recently partnered with folk artist Jim Pollock and the band Phish on the blend.
Pollock Blend Commonplace Coffee


Commonplace Coffee is closing its South Point Breeze shop and opening a new one in — North Point Breeze.

The company, which has six coffeehouses in Western Pennsylvania, will shut down its storefront at 6736 Reynolds St. in December and debut a new one at 7514 Thomas Blvd. around the same time. 

Located in a complex across the street from East End Food Co-op on Meade St., the new space will be in Rockwell Park, a 24-acre former industrial area that’s being transformed into 800,000 square feet of modern offices, manufacturing, restaurants and retail across an eight-building campus that stretches into Homewood. 

Commonplace Coffee Rockwell Park will operate from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday and 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.

While you’re at the new spot, order a bag of the Pollock Blend. 

With tasting notes of dried cherry, peanut brittle and dark chocolate, the brew is a collaboration with Pittsburgh-based folk artist Jim Pollock, who is known for his gig poster designs for Phish and other bands. It’s available in 12-ounce bags priced at $19.75 through Jan. 10, 2023 at all Commonplace locations and online

The business will donate 25% of proceeds from Pollock Blend sales to The Divided Sky, which was founded by Phish Guitarist Trey Anastasio. The organization delivers quality care and compassionate treatment to those affected by alcoholism and addiction. 

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