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June 19, 2012
Java City on Capitol Avenue closes

By Andrea Gallo
agallo@sacbee.com

Sacramento's longtime coffee staple Java City is closing its doors today at 1800 Capitol Ave.

Instead of pouring coffee at café locations, the company will focus on its wholesale product, according to Craig Hettrich, Java City CEO.

Paesanos, Java City's next-door neighbor, will take over the location with another "casual dining concept," said Koren Beard, Paesanos general manager.

Beard said the business will be a separate entity, but will be owned by the same company and have the same executive chef. She said the new business should open in late summer.

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