14661 West 11 Mile Rd, Ste 500
Oak Park, MI 48237
+1 (248) 422-1373
Our building sits on the South side of 11 Mile Rd. There is a public entrance on 11 Mile, but parking and main entrance are behind the building. Turn South on Tulare or Tyler to access the parking.
We regularly hold special hours for events.
Berkley Name, Oak Park Address?
Correct. The business was established as Berkley Coffee before the physical location was chosen. We love Berkley. We love Oak Park. We are physically on the border of the two. We can stand at the bar and see Berkley out the North windows and Oak Park out the South. We're excited to offer a community hub for both cities and beyond. Deal with it.
We are are in good shape for staff currently, but always interested to make acquaintance with someone interested to join our team. Please give Kenny a call at 248-914-0274 or just stop in and chat.
We are always interested to make acquaintance with musicians, bands, filmmakers, performers, artists, and event staff (1099 sound, lighting, visuals, photo, door).
If you are interested to perform or display art, please start a conversation with us: email@example.com
Berkley Coffee is a coffee roasting shop, Non-Alcoholic bar, and events space. It is also inherently a community center for Oak Park, Berkley, etc.
Our beverage-focused menu and curious workflows are intended to challenge people to think and explore, slow down and appreciate, and add adventure to the daily grind.
Our Non-Alcoholic bar exists to encourage consciousness, life
balance, and appreciation of all those OTHER ingredients shadowed by ethanol in most “adult beverages”. For the full spectrum of strictly sober to struggling alcoholic, we exist for you to enjoy well-considered, often complex/challenging adult drinks devoid of the negative impacts of alcohol. We pair this with a social environment that is traditionally alcoholic: the bar, the music venue, the social gathering. We challenge YOU to appreciate the world sober, even if for 1 day per week.
It is often pointed out to us that such a venue can’t survive without the draw and sales of alcohol. That is one core reason we are doing this. Society has a problem. This business will fail before it serves alcohol, and there will be no regrets for challenging the status quo. There are THOUSANDS of social spaces for alcohol. Our neighbors are breweries and cocktail bars. We love and support our neighbors! However, there are few social spaces where you can avoid alcohol. Appreciate that we are offering something rare and progressive to the community.
Our stage offers an intimate, high quality, and accessible platform for local or traveling performers. We aim to support a broad variety of genres/mediums, skill levels, and ages.