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MudPenny opened its second location in Ada Township this summer. Courtesy MudPenny

From coffee cart to multiple locations, MudPenny is ready to fight to stay in business. Despite not being able to offer dining service, MudPenny went ahead with its plans to open a second location in Ada this summer, with owner Matthew Fuller deciding to forge onward in hopes of keeping his business dreams afloat.

Though its original location, 570 Grandville Ave. SW, was temporarily closed, the Ada café opened in May offering curbside takeout. It had originally planned for a March opening but had to change its plans due to the state’s directive for restaurants to suspend dine-in services.

The Ada community is finding out it is lucky to have MudPenny as one of its neighbors. MudPenny offers a variety of breakfast and lunch items that are great to-go. It also has a small dining room for eat-in customers.

As a frequent visitor to MudPenny’s first location, I encourage you to visit this new spot. The service is always exceptional, the food is tasty and I like the relaxed atmosphere. I recommend the Mountie, a turkey sandwich with bacon, cheddar, maple bacon sweet potato mash, spinach and mayo folded into naan bread.

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