Panache Coffee Sold

Resh Ramlukan, the owner of Panache Coffee on Route 9, announced on Facebook she sold the business she launched.

Panache Coffee has been sold.

Resh Ramlukan, the owner of Panache Coffee on Route 9, announced this holiday weekend on Facebook she sold the business she launched five years ago.

"To all my loyal customers and friends, you have made the past five years the most special. However, as all great things must come to an end and life is about moving forward, it saddens me to announce that I sold Panache Coffee. I have confidence that the new owners will continue to make Panache the most special hang-out in MetroWest.," wrote Ramlukan.

Panache Coffee was the winner of Framingham Patch's Readers Choice best coffee poll last year.

Open seven days a week, Panache Coffee was an independently-owned coffee shop. Customers could order a coffee, tea, latte or espresso and sit by the fireplace or at a table with some friends and also enjoy pastries.


Editor's Note: I have spent many a morning, afternoon and evening at Panache Coffee, for the great mochas, free wi-fi and opportunity to chat with dozens and dozens of Framingham residents. I wish Resh good luck in her next endeavor. I'll miss our conversations in the mornings.

William Clapper February 19, 2013 at 02:12 PM
Good Luck in your next endeavors, Resh. Like everyone else who has chosen Panache over the last five years for improtant get togethers, I will miss your hospitality. Hopefully relaxed business meetings, general conversation, low key events as well as great music will continue under new owners.
kylon February 19, 2013 at 05:42 PM
Thank you for providing a warm meeting place after the pre-school (Happy Hollow) drop off... Resh, Wishing you continued blessings and success in your next endeavor!
Cheryl Tully Stoll February 19, 2013 at 06:22 PM
Resh, I wish you all the best. You provided a wonderful atmosphere where we all felt welcome.


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