A Cafe of Diversity
When walking into Grounds for Thought for the first time, every new customer can find an attraction to a different thing. One person might be awe-strucked at the quantity of used books for sale, while another is impressed with the quality of the diverse fresh coffee offered. Still, others can be attracted to the environment of the small café, appreciating the low-key atmosphere with its soft music and mellow mood. The abundance of seating in the restaurant can also create a welcoming environment that encourages patrons to stay and enjoy themselves.
Located on South Main Street, Grounds for Thought has become a staple of the Bowling Green community, serving both the needs of the local town of as well as the nearby uni versity for over twenty years. With their location between the town and the university, Grounds has developed not only a loyal but diverse customer base. From the older retirees to the younger students, Grounds has become a place that customers of all kinds can appreciate and call home.
After the doors open at six in the morning, the first wave of people arrive looking for their morning coffee fix. Patrons of the early morning generally consist of two groups of people; the older retirees and the individuals grabbing coffee on their way to work. For the working patrons, it is mostly an in and out job, getting their coffee to go. (continued on pg 2)