400 S. Jefferson St.
Summer Hours in effect from July 1 - Labor Day!
Tue-Fri: 8am - 5pm
Sat: 9am - 3pm
The artfullbean café provides a welcoming space in the Valley Arts District for locals and visitors to grab a coffee, have business meetings, meet up with friends, or just enjoy a quiet moment during the day.
Take a seat at the reclaimed wood coffee bar – featuring 127-year old pieces of wood donated from a resident's home in the historic Seven Oaks district of Orange – and enjoy a cup of coffee along with treats baked by Cedar Ridge Cafe.
ABOUT THE COFFEE
Our coffee is made from artisan fair trade federation coffee beans from Haiti. These beans are taken from various altitudes and roasted according to where they are picked. The results are delicious and the farmers get 80% of the profit.
ABOUT THE BOUTIQUE
Our boutique shop features a selection of local vendors who offer curated, artisan items. You will find jewelry, glass art, books, beads, accessories, art from ValleyArts artist members, and more.
The shop includes both permanent and rotating vendors. Some of the permanent vendors are:
Artisans Gallery Pop-Up: Handcrafted merchandise by women artisans.
Bien Abyé: Scarves designed with a French style that is sophisticated and chic with a look that stems from designer Dayanne Danier’s Creole roots, and expresses the importance of looking stunning while embracing all aspects of one’s personal lifestyle.
Julie's Jewelry: Beautiful jewelry meticulously handcrafted from the finest materials.
Family Assistance Resource Center: Glass, ceramic, wood, and metal beads. All proceeds benefit FARC, which assists families and individuals impacted by fires and other natural disasters.
Vetiver Les Cayes: Niche home and lifestyle brand creating unique products highlighting Haiti’s untapped natural resources.
Valley Book Works: A community book shop with an emphasis on promoting author diversity, encouraging literacy, and uniting neighbors, through the written word.
Zesa Raw: Sustainable organic cane sugar and coffee from small scale farmers in developing countries.