A new coffee shop is opening ajacent to an art gallery in Old Scottsdale. It will be called Cappucci Coffee Bar and it opens July 6th, right in time for the Scottsdale ArtWalk. I have included a few quotables from the article which was in East Valley Living. The Ostrovskys’ desire to open Cappucci Coffee Bar, which adjoins their gallery and features a bold, artsy European atmosphere, grew out of the sense that their gallery and others were already making the corner of Main Street & Marshall Way a destination for curious art lovers and adventuresome others…and that they needed a correspondingly cool place to “hang” while soaking up the best of Scottsdale’s culture. “Cappucci will be rich with reds and blacks,” noted Victor Ostrovsky. “Some will see it as quiet and classy, others will think of it as relaxed or even earthy…like art, it’s open to your own interpretation.” The café will reside in a remodeled 1200-square foot space formerly occupied by another gallery adjacent to Ostrovsky Fine Art. Cappucci will serve a full palette of specialty coffees, delectable pastries, and all the great art you can soak up while you’re there. Customers can even wander directly into the gallery and sip their java in a quiet parlor surrounded by massive paintings. Cappucci will also feature live music on selected evenings beginning later this summer. Opening day for Cappucci Coffee Bar is Thursday, July 6, particularly that evening from 6 to 9 pm during the always-fun M&I Bank Summer Spectacular ArtWalk up and down Main Street. It’s a great time to sample the new “taste” of art in downtown Scottsdale, and catch some live music from the very hip Kairos Jazz. For more information about all the latest happenings at Cappucci Coffee Bar and Ostrovsky Fine Art — located at 7048 E. Main Street — visit www.OstrovskyFineArt.com or call 480-941-1600.