Cider Toddy Cafe

The Cider Toddy Café was born from the idea, build it and they will come! Rather than going out all the time to entertain clients why not build something we could enjoy and a place to entertain our guests. So with a demolition crew, electricians, plumbers and furniture makers, we transformed the interior space of our office into what has become our “epicenter” of comfort and entertainment.

While acquiring years of autographed memorabilia and unique trinkets adorning the walls, the hide-away place was starting to take shape. The pub-like or café appeal started taking on a life of its own. Either a place for early coffee and team bonding or afternoon lunches, it truly has become the center of activity. While productive days lead to longer evenings, the café transforms again to a place appropriate for after-work gatherings.

Now Serving

Cocktails & Craft Beer

Guests Welcome

Clients Frequently Enjoy

Fresh Coffee

Morning Meeting Delight


Play Name That Song

With quiet lighting and signage saying “Now Serving”, our team began to gather for drinks and relaxation. The impromptu gatherings led to planned client happy hours over the years and have turned out to be numerous and quite memorable.

Big stories (like a big fish story) have been told over and over in the café and, as guests admire the mysterious sheen of the café walls, they often ask where did you come up with the name Cider Toddy?

So the tale has been told, after countless hours of thought and an obscene number of consumed beverages in the sterile, unpainted shell the café once was… two brothers boldly fought off those who disagreed with their color selection and creatively chose to paint the now famous walls the color of Olympic Paint #B15-6 Cider Toddy.

Welcome to the Jungle

Somehow it always leads to this after the Cider Toddy Cafe

Is there always an elephant in the room?

What do you get when you have a very creative team, maybe too much time spent in the bar for happy hour and someone say, “it’s time to remodel the bathrooms, what should we do?” Enough said… welcome to our wildass bathrooms.