Charlie Eisenstat, creator of Pour Coffee Co. and online store Pour Cleveland, opened Edda Coffee Roasters in June in the Intro Cleveland Building at 2075 W. 25th St. in Cleveland’s Ohio City neighborhood.
The company is owned by Harbor Bay Hospitality, part of Harbor Bay Real Estate which built Intro Cleveland.
Originally called Leaps & Bounds, the cafe’s name was later changed to Edda, the title of a collection of Norse mythological poetry. The cafe can seat 80 people with workspaces, meeting areas and a patio. It also has an all-day menu with pastries, acai bowls, avocado toast, ricotta toast, breakfast sandwiches, tacos and burritos, salads, poke bowls and sandwiches.
On the east side, Edda Coffee is served at Nubeigel at 2254 Lee Road in Cleveland Heights, which also opened this summer.
Learn more at eddacoffee.com.