A new craft coffee shop has joined the Mills 50 district near downtown Orlando.
Framework Craft Coffee House officially opened its doors on Wednesday, November 2, at 1201 N Mills Avenue, replacing the former tenant, Java J’s Coffeehouse.
Framework features a variety of coffee and tea drinks, ranging from lattes, chais, Cubanos, and Matcha, to nitro brews and other popular drinks.
All of the cafe’s offerings are sourced by local roasters, tea blenders, and artisans. Many of Frameworks’ products are organic, including its milks, sugars, and syrups.
“When you buy from us, you’re supporting a long chain of neighbors in your own community,” reads the company’s website.
The business operates on a “pay-what-you-want” model, offering visitors the chance to set their own prices. The price model allows “those who can” to help “those who can’t,” enabling any visitor to try their coffee free of charge. CREDO Coffee, located in nearby downtown Orlando, offers a similar price model.
Framework joins a growing list of new businesses that now call the Mills 50 District home, including Plantees, which celebrated its grand opening in May, and Pigzza, which is currently under construction at 1050 N Mills Avenue.
Framework is also one of multiple cafes and coffee shops that have opened or are slated to open nearby, including Double O’s Coffee, which is currently under construction along E Colonial Drive, and Stemma Craft Coffee, which opened in downtown Orlando a month ago.
Framework is open seven days a week, from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. For more information on the business or its menu, visit the Framework Craft Coffee House website.