May 10

Controversy forces name change for 'The Sit-In' coffee shop in North Nashville

Bernstein — owner of Bongo Java and Fido — is opening his new place on the ground floor of new apartments at 1821 Jefferson St. He announced the name two months ago to honor the civil rights movement.

    Controversy forces name change for 'The Sit-In' coffee shop in North Nashville
    CLOSE Fido/Bongo Java owner Bob Bernstein comes under fire from activists who say he shouldn't try to profit from the pain of the civil rights protests Nashville coffee king Bob Bernstein plans to change the name of his soon-to-open North Nashville coffee shop The Sit-In after massive backlash broke out on Facebook.
    https://www.tennessean.com

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Mar 28

Bongo Java Founder Reveals Details for Ambitious North Nashville Cafe The Sit-In

...Sit-In and located in the ground floor of a newly built apartment complex at 1821 Jefferson St., Bernstein tells Eater Nashville that he plans for the 2,100-square-foot cafe to...

    Bongo Java Founder Reveals Details for Ambitious North Nashville Cafe The Sit-In
    As Bongo World celebrates the 25th anniversary of the opening of the original Bongo Java coffeehouse on Belmont Ave. this week, founder and owner Bob Bernstein finds himself in the process of opening his most ambitious project yet.
    https://nashville.eater.com

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