O'Henry's Coffees to open in downtown Tuscaloosa

O'Henry's Coffees to open in downtown Tuscaloosa

A rendering of the future Downtown Rock Point development. Photo courtesy of O’Henry’s Coffees.

Peyton Shepard

For those looking for a less commercial place to buy and drink coffee, a new business coming to Tuscaloosa could fill that caffeine gap.

O’Henry’s Coffees will open a new location in a new downtown development, Downtown Rock Point, at the intersection of University Boulevard and Lurleen Wallace South. O’Henry’s is currently the only business to officially fill a spot in the new retail center.

Founded in Homewood, the Tuscaloosa location will be the Birmingham area-based company’s first store outside of the greater metro area.

The store is currently in the process of hiring staff members.

“We will be open 7 days a week and running 3 shifts a day,” owner Randy Adamy said in a press release. “That will require 25-30 full and part time employees”.

Anyone interested in applying should visit the store’s website.