Head baker, Macy Adams arrives every morning at 5:30 to make their fresh baked goods.  A new coffee shop, Drip, has opened in Five Points on Saluda Ave., following the closure of Adriana's a couple of years ago.  Besides various coffees, Drip offers breakfast sandwiches, fruits, fresh baked goods and soon beer and wine.
Head baker, Macy Adams arrives every morning at 5:30 to make their fresh baked goods. A new coffee shop, Drip, has opened in Five Points on Saluda Ave., following the closure of Adriana's a couple of years ago. Besides various coffees, Drip offers breakfast sandwiches, fruits, fresh baked goods and soon beer and wine. kkfoster@thestate.com
Head baker, Macy Adams arrives every morning at 5:30 to make their fresh baked goods. A new coffee shop, Drip, has opened in Five Points on Saluda Ave., following the closure of Adriana's a couple of years ago. Besides various coffees, Drip offers breakfast sandwiches, fruits, fresh baked goods and soon beer and wine. kkfoster@thestate.com

Doing the town: Eat, drink and live merry

June 24, 2012 12:00 AM

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