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Bringing something both familiar and unexpected to Columbus may be in their DNA. 614 Magazine

Calling Bottoms Up Coffee Co-Op just a coffee shop or just a coworking space does a serious disservice to what the soon-to-open spot is all about. The Metropreneur

You can get a good cup of coffee at dozens of places in Columbus, but the social mission and community-driven purpose at Bottoms Up set it apart from the rest. 614 Now

Sisters seek to reinforce pre-existing strengths of the place many residents still refer to as “The Bottoms.”  OSU Dímelo, Columbus

Sisters Victoria Calderon Nunes and Virginia Nunes Gutierrez have created a coffee shop with a social initiative to decrease infant mortality rates in Franklinton. WOSU Public Media


Bottoms Up Coffee Co-Op was honored by Better Business Bureau and BBB’s Center for Character Ethics as a recipient of the 2017 Spark Awards- a Torch Award for Entrepreneurship, on Wednesday, April 19, 2017. Better Business Bureau