Fable Coffee coming to Mill Street in downtown Grass Valley

Fable Coffee is coming to Mill Street in Grass Valley, at the corner of Mill Street and Neal Street, next to the historic Del Oro Theatre.

“I just secured the spot with a sweet little deposit,” Fable’s owner Amanda Daley wrote on Facebook — increasingly the source of breaking community news.

Fable has built a local “cult-like” following, with appearances at the Nevada City Farmers Market and at stores such as Three Forks Bakery & Brewing Co. and Emily’s Catering & Cakes.

Fable will be open at night and sell coffee to patrons at the Del Oro Theatre. The store will open its doors on the theater side as well.

Fable was started in 2012 by Jacob & Amanda Daley – a married duo with a passion for coffee, as their website notes. They moved around for a couple of years, then found themselves in Nevada County, and wanted to help bring good coffee to the area.

In 2014, Zachariah Hudson joined the team, and has been logging a lot of hours on our Diedrich IR-7 small-batch drum roaster.

Grass Valley is becoming a mecca for local premium coffee, with stalwart Carolines Coffee Roasters and Brew Bakers Family Cafe, which offers premium Temple Coffee from Sacramento.

(Photo: Emily’s Catering & Cakes)

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