Clients have included a former president of the United States, a Supreme Court justice, a former prime minister and even the late actor Clint Eastwood.
Claire Coffee opened on Monday in downtown Indianapolis as part of a new trend in Indianapolis.
The chain began with two locations in Indianapolis, but soon expanded to include more locations.
Closing shop for good is not an option for Claire Coffee owner Claire Miller.
The coffee shop will be closing down after the summer and it is unlikely that customers will be able to continue to enjoy their favorite cup of coffee.
Close Claire Coffee shop closes, but customers can enjoy their own cup of joeThe Indianapolis Star reported that Claire Miller, a longtime Indianapolis resident, is closing the doors of her beloved coffee shop to the public.
The shop was once known as Closes Coffee, but its location in downtown Indy has since changed to Claire Coffee.
Closes Coffee has been a staple of Indianapolis for more than 25 years.
The small shop has been open since 2006 and has been featured in news articles and on the cover of local newspapers.
It has also become a regular fixture of local celebrities.
In 2014, former President Barack Obama visited the location and said he enjoyed the coffee.
Miller said the owners of Claire Coffee are considering moving to a more permanent location in the city, and that they have been in contact with the Indiana state government about possible changes.
Clare Coffee was founded in 1976 and has a long history of serving customers around the world.
In 2016, Claire and husband John Miller opened their second location in Indianapolis at 609 South Jefferson Avenue, a small building that is now home to a coffee shop called Coffee near Me.
Claires coffee shop is located at 551 South Jefferson.