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What's your favorite winter activity

  • Go ice skating (25%, 1 Votes)
  • Build a snowman (25%, 1 Votes)
  • Watch movies (25%, 1 Votes)
  • Go sledding (25%, 1 Votes)

Total Voters: 4

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Love it a latte

Highlighting four coffee shops in Grosse Pointe

Lucky Detroit, GPP

Elizabeth Peberdy ’24

One of my favorite takeaway coffee shops sits on Kercheval in Grosse Pointe Park. Lucky Detroit offers a lovely quiet ambiance with a small section of outdoor seating to enjoy your drink. Although their hours conflict with school times, it is a great place to stop by on the weekends.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Qamaria Yemeni

Elizabeth Peberdy ’24

New to Grosse Pointe Woods, Qamaria serves Yemeni coffee with rich flavors in every sip. This cafe has many tables and chairs to work at with soft Middle Eastern music playing in the background. Their hours conveniently keep them open both before and after school, making it easy for students to stop by.

 

 

 

 

 

LeRouge Bakery

Elizabeth Peberdy ’24

Stepping into LeRouge feels like entering an authentic Parisian boulangerie, taking in the sights and smells of baked goods and brewing beverages. Although their hours do not allow for students to stop in before class, the full food menu sets it up to be a great place to sit and enjoy a meal.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hydrangea Kitchen

Elizabeth Peberdy ’24

Due to its convenience and prices, Hydrangea is the most practical coffee stop before school. Although only iced or hot coffees are offered instead of lattes, you can’t beat a $2.25 caffeinated drink while knowing that it supports a small business. Coffees can also be customized with any of their syrup flavors, like caramel, vanilla or pumpkin.

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Elizabeth Peberdy ’24 is a full-time athlete and journalist, committing her days to rowing, running and page editing for the Tower. Building countless friendships through each activity, she enjoys being involved in her community. That's why this year on Tower, she is most excited about meeting all the new staffers and working with new people. Elizabeth is a second year page editor, a job she loves because she gets to “do my weekly designing of pages, but I’ve also had the ability to write stories and do social media at the same time.” She believes this job gives her “a really good balance of everything,” including participating in multiple tower activities, such as It’s annual holiday party. It’s clear that Elizabeth’s passion for journalism drives her to success inside and outside of the classroom, and she is a valuable member of the Tower community.

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