Anodyne Coffee joins Mequon Public Market, to open later this year

By Sean Ryan  – Reporter, Milwaukee Business Journal

Anodyne Coffee Roasting Co. is joining the Spur 16 town center development in Mequon and will be one of 10 vendors in a planned public market there.

It will be the first north shore location for the Milwaukee coffee company, which also has a booth in the Milwaukee Public Market near the 3rd Ward. Anodyne is the first business named for a planned public market that will fill a rehabbed former city building at 6300 W. Mequon Road.

“We look forward to working with the other businesses in creating a unique market that Mequon and all the North Shore communities will embrace as their very own,” said Matthew McClutchy, who owns Anodyne with his wife, Lacee.

Construction began this month on Spur 16, a 14-acre project led by Mequon developer Cindy Shaffer. In addition to the public market, it will have 156 apartments and townhouses, and a St. Paul Fish Co. restaurant that was announced in January. 

The Mequon Public Market will have 10 vendors, according to a Friday announcement by Shaffer Development LLC. Jenni Vetter, operations director for the market, said it will have “specialty shopping, quality food, drinks, and farm fresh produce from local businesses.” It could open in late summer or early fall. 

The remainder of the project will be opening in spring or summer 2019.

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