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A Great Place to Meet

Grace Place Coffee, which is located on the main floor of the Grace Center, is a full-service coffee bar that proudly serves Stone Creek coffee as well as a variety of espresso drinks, teas and other light snacks and treats.


Monday-Friday: 8 a.m.-noon
Sunday: 8:30 a.m.-noon
Closed Saturdays

Holiday Hours:
Closed Labor Day Monday
Thanksgiving Thursday and Friday.

Contact Us

Grace Place Coffee
(414) 271-3006, ext. 112
250 East Juneau Avenue
Milwaukee, WI 53202

Check Us Out on Facebook and Instagram!

Proudly serving Stone Creek coffee.
Prices and menus subject to change.


Current menu staples (as of July 2022) include the following:
– bagels (plain, sesame, cinnamon raisin, and everything)
– a selection of pastries (scones, Danish, and cinnamon rolls)
– prepackaged goodies (energy bars, cookies, and rice crispy treats)
– soup of the day (a variety of types available; ask barista for details)
– quesadillas
– a selection of cooler beverages (Snapple, Perrier Water, Honest Kids Juice, etc.)
– a full service coffee and espresso bar

Check back with us frequently, on Facebook or in-person at our shop, to see what our daily, rotating menu items include and for details.

Free WiFi is available for guests as well, so come relax and enjoy a warm (or cold!) beverage while browsing the internet, working, or studying among friends.

Please note: not all items on the menu may be available due to supply chain issues and/or demand. Thank you for understanding!

The Mission

Grace Place Coffee is a full-service coffee shop that has been serving the East Town neighborhood and downtown Milwaukee since 2007.

Grace Place Coffee exists to help build Christian relationships for the people in our community and congregation by means of

  • Outreach
  • Programs and events
  • Congregational fellowsh


Grace Place Coffee is available for meetings, weddings, or for those renting the Grace Center. The intimate and fun space is available for up to 30 people with overflow seating in the atrium. A large screen TV is available for presentations.

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Grace Place Coffee Needs You!

If you are looking for opportunities to serve at your congregation, consider service at Grace Place Coffee! You may have enjoyed the convenience of a beverage or snack between Bible study and worship on Sundays in the past, and we really need you more than ever!

Schedule your training today

Contact Paul Demcak at

To make a pleasant opportunity for those who have not served at the coffee shop in the past, we would like to allow you to serve at your own comfort level. You don’t need to have full knowledge of opening and closing procedures, working the register, or becoming a lead barista, but you can add to your skills—at your own pace, when you want. You might enjoy starting as a greeter and going from there!

Level I: Greeter (Introductory)

Great first step to getting involved at Grace! Bring your kids or a friend and show them how great it feels to get involved. Also a great option to socialize with all your fellow Grace members you haven’t met. Tasks include: Welcome and direct people at Grace Center and coffee shop; wipe tables down, fill creamers and other supplies, and learn how to brew and refill drip coffee urns.

Level II: Register (Intermediate)

Low pressure way to get involved and help take the load off of the lead barista. Also a great way to get used to the coffee shop if you’re interested in the barista role but want to work your way up to it. Tasks include: Learn to operate the register. We have an intuitive and rather simple program once you do a couple transactions! Help fill orders of bottled beverages and treats, and write simple directions for the barista to make specialty drinks.

Level III: Barista (Experienced)

Love coffee? We’ll make sure you get the training to make some amazing specialty coffee drinks. No previous experience required. Tasks include: Make hot and cold specialty drinks: steam milk, pull espresso shots, and follow posted recipes. Ability to operate opening and closing procedures a plus! Ideally, there would be at least one person at this level per time slot.

Ideally, we like to have three (3) people serving at a time, once a month, for one of four time slots:
7:30-10:20 a.m. (lead barista, with opening duties)
8:00-10:20 a.m. (cash register and back up barista)
9:45-10:45 a.m. (greeter)
10:15-12:30 p.m. (lead barista, with closing duties)7

Interested? Want to start training? Contact Coffee Shop Manager Paul Demcak–either give him a call at 414-271-3006 weekdays during regular shop hours (9 a.m.-1 p.m.) or send him an email at


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