LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Heine Brothers' Coffee celebrated the opening of its 15th location Friday, and joined the Omni Hotel group of businesses.

A ribbon cutting for the Heine Brothers' Omni shop's grand opening was held March 9. It opened for business on March 6 as part of Omni's Fall City Market. The store is open seven days a week, from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.


Years of planning went into the new location. 

"A big part of the Omni is they like to support local businesses, and they wanted a local coffee shop so we've been working with them hand-in-glove over the last four years to get this open," said Heine Brothers' co-owner Chuck Schnatter. 

Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer also took part in the ribbon cutting ceremony. 

The first 400 customers received an exclusive Heine Brothers-Omni Hotel reusable mug. 

Heine Brothers' is locally owned. It opened its first location in the Highlands in 1994. 

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