February 21, 2024

Moe's RBF opens on Greenfield square

Morgan Antisdel makes a strawberry smoothie for a customer last week at Moe's RBF (Random Breakfast Food) on the northwest side of the Greenfield square.

Morgan Antisdel decided several months ago to be a part of the solution to the problem of there being a lack of breakfast served in Greenfield and opened Moe’s RBF (Random Breakfast Food) Saturday, Jan. 20.

Morgan and her husband, Ryan, leaned heavily on extended family to completely gut their building on the north side of the square, formerly known as Dr. Verlin Hockett’s dental practice, and flipped it into a clean, modern-looking coffee shop and eatery.

“I’m so excited we’re open,” said Antisdel. “It’s all moving so fast. It’s very exciting.”

Morgan said having breakfast in Greenfield was something she and Ryan understood was needed desprately. One day it hit her that this building was available — and at an attractive price — so she and Ryan dove in head first.

Moe’s opened with drinks only for its first couple of weeks but has been popular among customers since it opened. Morgan hoped that late this week Moe’s will begin serving pastries. In a few more weeks, breakfast and lunch items will be served.

Drinks offered include usual coffee drinks like lattes, cappuccinos, mochas, macchiatos, Americanos, steamers, jamochas, inced coffees and more. Angie Frankl’s Fresh AF Coffee will be featured at Moe’s. There are also several types of smoothies and other non-coffee drinks on the menu.

The pastries menu will include doughnuts made daily from scratch, as well as other items, like muffins, scones and cinnamon rolls.

“I want to do something different for the community. I know there’s different options for lunch in town and want to make sure to do something that’s not here,” Antisdel said. “That’s definitely where I’m aiming for with lunch — paninis, make and take salads, wraps and noon specials.”

Caleb Nelson

Caleb Nelson

Caleb Nelson has served as News Editor of the Adair County Free Press and Fontanelle Observer since Oct. 2017. He and his wife Kilee live in Greenfield. In Greenfield and the greater Adair County area, he values the opportunity to tell peoples' stories, enjoys playing guitar, following all levels of sports, and being a part of his local church.