New cafe coming to Pleasant Plain | Arts & Culture
PLEASANT PLAIN, OH (FOX19) - "Good food, good coffee, good beer, and good music in a historical setting": that's the promise of a new cafe being opened in the tiny village of Pleasant Plain at the south end of Warren County in Harlan Township.
The Plain folk Cafe is being built into a historic 2-room schoolhouse that is at the southwest corner of the village.
The club plans to operate from Thursday to Sunday each week with folk, bluegrass, alt-country and the like. They are also planning open-mike nights. It is due to open this spring, and their calendar lists lots of booking starting at the end of April.
The Plain Folk Café may be out in the country, but it shouldn't be that hard to get to. It will be at 10177 State Route 132. From Route 28 in the Milford area, it can be reached by taking 28 through Goshen, looking for State Route 132 on the left, and going about three miles; the café will be the first business on the left as you arrive in Pleasant Plain.
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