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Fiddleheads hopes to open its eighth cafe by autumn. (PHOTO: Stephen Perry Smith Architects)

Fiddleheads plans Oakland Avenue cafe in Shorewood

Fiddleheads Coffee Roasters, founded in Thiensville in 2006, is planning to open its eighth area location in autumn, according to a report in the Milwaukee Business Journal.

A 1,910-square-foot cafe is slated to replace Sherwin-Williams at 4334 N. Oakland Ave., according to the report.

The small, local chain, owned by Jovana Cubric and Mike Wroblewski, has locations at Bayshore Town Center, Cedarburg, Grafton, Mequon, Menomonee Falls and two in Thiensville. Plans for a Brookfield cafe, announced in 2018, have not materialized.

The cafe, on thriving Oakland Avenue, will also inculde a covered patio with a fire pit on what is now a small, grassy corner lot adjacent to the 1927 Mediterranean-style retail building.

The owners expect to employ 20-30 at the new location, designed by Stephen Perry Smith Architects.

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