Coffee shop LCC in the heart of the CBD has been closed since March for maintenance work, and is now a popular spot for visitors.
The cafe was shut down for a month for maintenance due to issues with the heating and air conditioning system.
It was reopened in August and now is a popular stop for CBD visitors.
There are now about two dozen coffeeshops in the city, including the one near me.
They are often the focal point of events in the CBD, with events happening there, including concerts and cultural activities, as well as weddings, barbecues, and other events.
One of the main coffee shops is situated in the area, but is not currently open for business.
In the next few weeks, I will be able to return to my cafe and start fresh.
However, as this is the second time I’ve been to LCC, I’ll be keeping a close eye on what happens.
As a coffee shop, LCC is not the first place in the region to be closed.
Coffee shop CCC is a different kind of business, though.
Its owners were forced to close their coffee shop in November 2017 due to the heatwave that hit the state.
When the cafe reopened in October, the cafe was busy, but its owners were unable to sell coffee due to limited supply and the lack of customers.
For the past few months, the owner has been taking orders through Facebook, where customers can purchase coffee, tea and other products.
I’ll be posting more as I find more information about the closure of LCC.