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The Coffee Trike Is for Sale

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The Coffee Trike
The Coffee Trike
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A caffeine-filled fixture of Dewey Square is for sale, now that its owner has his own brick-and-mortar coffee shop to run. San Bellino spent three years serving espresso from The Coffee Trike and is now in the market for a buyer, according to Boston Magazine.

Bellino opened Gracenote Boston downtown at 108 Lincoln St. last October and has received plenty of positive feedback from the neighborhood. The coffee shop has a five-star Yelp rating and reviewers praising the "awesome team serving amazing coffee," and the "espresso done right." Bellino collaborated with Patrick Barter — the owner of coffee roaster Gracenote Coffee, based out of Berlin, Mass.— along with the owner of the space in which the shop now operates.

With his efforts focused on Gracenote, Bellino now wants to pass the trike along to a cycling- and coffee-loving person who will carry on its grand traditions in Boston or beyond.

Bellino wrote on the Trike's Facebook page: "The Coffee Trike is in perfect working order and I would truly love nothing more than to see it put to good use somewhere."

If you've been long harboring a dream of selling coffee from such a device, Bellino wants to hear from you: The trike is custom-built and in sound condition.