Haverford’s Green Engine Branching Out With an All-Day Concept on Headhouse Square

Bonus: The spot comes with a liquor license.

Kelsey Bush (L) and Zach Morris

Society Hill will get a new, all-day concept at 414 South Second Street in late 2017 or early 2018.

Zach Morris, owner of Haverford’s Green Engine Coffee Co., and Kelsey Bush, current general manager and chef at Green Engine, have partnered to sign a lease for the 2,800-square foot space, right across from The Shambles between Pine and Lombard Streets.

While the as-yet-unnamed project is still in its early stages, Morris and Bush have some info to share: They’ll serve Rival Bros. Coffee, as well as a larger all-day food menu spearheaded by the Culinary Institute of America-trained Bush.

Another exciting development: the new concept comes with a liquor license, which will give Morris, a sommelier and beverage educator, the chance to create a menu featuring wine, beer and spirits.

Watch this space for updates on this project as it develops.

Green Engine Coffee Co. [Official]

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