Drip Café has opened its third location at 1201 N. Market St. in downtown Wilmington.
The café, which specializes in breakfast, lunch, and coffee first opened in 2013 at a location at Hockessin’s Lantana Square shopping center.
Drip Cafe went on to become a business breakfast and lunch destination in the Hockessin area. The restaurant also cashed in on the popularity of brunch with dishes that went beyond typical breakfast fare.
More recently, a second location was opened in a mixed-use retail-apartment complex in Newark, near the University of Delaware campus. The business also operated a food truck for a time.
The latest location is at a coffee stand at 1201 N. Market, a 23-story structure that is the second tallest building in Delaware. The location offers coffee, tea, baked goods, and breakfast and lunch grab and go options. The high rise is owned by local developer McConnell-Johnson.
The architect is the well-known Chicago firm of Skidmore, Owings & Merrill. The building opened in 1988 during the peak of the state’s banking boom.