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Sean McCrossin

Before my businesses were here, I was in Five Points -- hanging out, going to Gourmet Shop and Papa Jazz. Spending time in Adriana's Coffee Shop. I had a coffee shop in Charleston at the time and was driving back and forth quite a bit. Eventually I wanted to pursue something here in Columbia. After looking at a few spaces around town, the building that used to be Harrell Jewelers for 25 years came available. I knew that Adriana's had been down here, so there was already that culture of coffee in the area and it all just seemed like a good fit.

Being part of a small village that accepts a youthful perspective is attractive to me.

We've been here four years this summer -- although I have been living here for about 7 years. Most recently, about a year ago, we started expanding into the space next door (where there used to be a toy store for about 20 years or so) and now we do hand crafted gelato over there, it's pretty awesome. I really enjoy the diversity and uniqueness that Five Points offers and the type of character that it attracts. The neighborhood feel and the proximity to the university, being part of a small village that accepts a youthful perspective is attractive to me.

Mark your calendars, set a reminder, tell a friend, just get down to Five Points for these upcoming events!

Friday, March 13

Gregory Electric's Official Kick-Off to St. Pat's

Don’t wait to get in the festival spirit and welcome the arrival of spring. Join us in Five Points the week before St. Pat's for Gregory Electric's Official Kick-Off to S…

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Mark your calendars, set a reminder, tell a friend, just get down to Five Points for these upcoming events!

Saturday, March 21

St. Pat's In Five Points

Watch the 2018 Video! Each March, be prepared to shake your shamrocks at St. Pat’s in Five Points - one of the largest green and Gaelic celebration in the Southeast! E…

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