Saturday, March 2, 2013
Caffe Far Bella in St. Clair Shores is displaying a variety of artworks created by students at St. Joan of Arc Catholic School.
A variety of pieces of art from 21 students at St. Joan of Arc Catholic School are on display at Caffe Far Bella. The cafe hosts art work from students and local artists throughout the year.
Thursday, December 27, 2012
The owners of Caffe Far Bella share some tips on how to make the perfect hot chocolate for the kids, or the kids at heart, who have been playing in the snow.
Tuesday, December 11, 2012
Looking for unique gift ideas to purchase locally? Patch has some suggestions from businesses in St. Clair Shores.
Shoppers looking for gift ideas this holiday season don't have travel beyond the borders of St. Clair Shores for a variety of unique items. Caffe Far Bella In addition to having a variety of hot and cold beverages, sandwiches and baked treats, Caffe Far Bella offers a variety of pre- and custom-made baskets. Co-owner Karen Palazzolo said orders for custom-made baskets have to be placed by Friday to be delivered next week.
Thursday, November 29, 2012
Caffe Far Bella is hosting nearly 30 pieces of student artwork created by students at South Lake Middle School.
Paintings, drawings and paper mache figures created by South Lake Middle School students are among the nearly 30 pieces of art on display at Caffe Far Bella. The cafe hosts art work from students and local artists throughout the year.
Tuesday, September 11, 2012
Readers of Patch have spoken, and they selected Caffe Far Bella as the best coffee shop in St. Clair Shores.
This summer you nominated and voted for your favorite local businesses and services in St. Clair Shores and now we are recognizing the winners. Today we recognize Caffe Far Bella, which was voted the best coffee shop in St. Clair Shores. Check back in the coming days as we recognize all the winners in the Patch Readers' Choice poll.
Tuesday, January 31, 2012
Have a question about Patch? Want to bounce a story idea off the editors? We'll be at Caffe Far Bella from noon to 3 p.m. Tuesday.
We don't really have an office — you might call all of St. Clair Shores our office. But today, and occasionally hereafter, we'll hold Patch "office hours" so you can stop in and learn more about who we are and what we do. St. Clair Shores editor Edward Cardenas, and other members of the Patch team, will be at Caffe Far Bella from noon to 3 p.m. Tuesday. We'll be doing a little work and a lot of coffee drinking. But more than anything, we'll be there to answer your questions about: Patch wants to help make your life ridiculously easy. Come meet us, and we'll show you how.
Wednesday, November 9, 2011
Resident Sasha Murphy has organized the inaugural Shop the Shores event this Saturday.
Sasha Murphy is a proud supporter of local businesses, but it wasn't until she heard a member of City Council speak about an initiative to shop locally that she was inspired to create a shopping version of a pub crawl. When Councilman Peter Rubino discussed the 3/50 project—where consumers pick three local businesses and spend $50—during a council meeting, she was inspired. "I do shop local, but how can I get more people to shop local?" was a question she posed to herself. Borrowing an idea she had seen in other communities, Murphy began meeting with local businesses to organize what became Shop the Shores crawl. The crawl starts at 9:15 a.m. Saturday at Caffe Far Bella, and then participants will car pool or caravan through the city to …