One World Cafe opened its doors for the first time on March 1st, 2005. Located at the corner of 6th and Main in downtown Moscow, One World is a welcoming place to socialize, and work in a comfortable, relaxed atmosphere. One World offers exceptional coffee that is locally roasted in Troy, ID, along with bagels, soups, salads, pastries, beer and wine.
Upon entering One World, customers immediately feel at home and among friends. Many use the coffee shop as an alternative work space, complete with free wireless internet service. One of the hallmarks of One World's philosophy is the private meeting room, which community groups and others can use freely for their exchange of ideas. An open mezzanine provides a space to observe the activity at the bar below and to enjoy the local art on display throughout the store, while cozy nooks provide a quieter experience. A variety of musical genres are represented during live performances on stage on Friday and Saturday nights, and include local and regional acts.
One World Cafe is owned by two families, who arrived in Moscow in 1997 and 2000. Brandy Sullivan is a medical speech pathologist and her husband Jack is a professor at the University of Idaho. Steffen and Nicole Werner are professors at Idaho and Washington State. Their experiences in coffee shops across the United States and Europe contributed to the concept of One World Cafe as a community meeting place and shaped their goal to strengthen the role of downtown Moscow as a vibrant and central part of the city's identity.
One World Cafe is open seven days a week, 6:30am - 11:00pm weekdays, 7:00am - 11:00pm weekends.