What does a retired professor from Greenville College do? How about own a coffee house business?
Rick McPeak has purchased Adam Brothers Music and Coffee House, at 110 South Second Street, from Jes Adam.
Adam and one of his brothers opened the business six and one-half years ago.
McPeak, who is also senior pastor at St. Paul’s Free Methodist Church in Greenville, recently began operating the business with his son, Matt, his daughter Kelsey and her husband, Jared Busby.
McPeak said the business remains known as Adam Brothers. He said it is, “…primarily a sandwich and salad place for lunch. We serve breakfast and lunch.” He also told us they’re considering offering a catering service and they want to keep the establishment open later to provide a place off-campus for college students.
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At the present time, the coffee house is open Monday through Thursday from 6 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Friday and Saturday from 6 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Rick McPeak is pleased the operation of the business is a family affair.
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McPeak said the coffee house will remain at its current location. While there are no plans of moving, there is always a possibility the business could move into the former Masonic Building in downtown Greenville, which is currently being renovated.
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Jes Adam told WGEL that his roles and duties in life have shifted a bit recently and he’s glad that someone has decided to run with the endeavor. He said the business brings a service to the community and he’s excited about the future of it.
An open mic night is held the last Friday of the month beginning at 7 p.m.