JAMESTOWN – Jeff James, owner of The Labyrinth Press Company, announced the downtown Jamestown coffeehouse and restaurant’s 5-year anniversary this summer. Located at 12 East Fourth Street in Jamestown, the Labyrinth has grown from a small coffeehouse into a full-scale restaurant with breakfast, lunch, and dinner selections. The extensive menu features a unique array of hearty, all-natural vegetarian options ranging from classic American to multicultural cuisine.
“We are excited to mark our 5-year anniversary in business this summer,” said James. “It’s my hope to continue to make this spot a welcoming place where people from all walks of life can enjoy appetizing, healthy food. We work very hard to deliver great quality and a unique dining experience in downtown Jamestown.”
The Labyrinth began in 2007 as a coffee house, vegetarian restaurant, all-ages music venue, and art gallery to help grow the fertile arts community that exists in downtown Jamestown. Since that time, the Labyrinth has achieved a successful balance between a fiercely loyal customer base and an entrepreneurial ability to adapt to ever-changing market demands.
Located at 12 East Fourth Street, this architecturally unique location is tucked amongst historic downtown Jamestown rowhouses and provides an experience in and of itself. Its 100% vegetarian menu is hearty, designed to fill you up, and maybe even give you a little energy. Making nearly everything from scratch using the freshest ingredients of the highest quality, the entire menu is free of any artificial chemicals, sweeteners or preservatives. In every case possible, the Labyrinth chooses organic and local ingredients, with its signature bold-flavored, organic coffee topping the list.
Mayor Sam Teresi took the opportunity to offer his congratulations to James as well. “Jeff James deserves to be very proud for reaching this anniversary milestone. The first five years in business is perhaps the most challenging stretch for any business owner to endure. Jeff James has not only risen to the challenge, he has exceeded expectations by already becoming, without doubt, one of most well-regarded establishments in our great city. The Labyrinth represents a critical piece of our strong and vibrant downtown.”
The Labyrinth is open seven days a week, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, with a special menu for brunch on the weekends. The hours are as follows: Monday-Friday 7am-9pm; Saturday 9am-9pm; and Sunday 9am-2pm. James encourages patrons to call or text ahead if they would like their food in a hurry at 716.708.2471.
To celebrate the 5-year anniversary, the Labyrinth will be offering customers big savings with weekly discount specials. Anyone interested in receiving online weekly updates about the Labyrinth’s future specials and events, may sign-up on the Labyrinth’s website at: Labpressco.com.