NESTLED IN GRANDMONT ROSEDALE PARK
We are so excited to welcome you to Rosa. Our namesake, Rosa, was adamant that while working hard is an expectation, so is celebrating the work you put in. Our vision is to provide you a space where you can do both.read more
Rosa Malone, great-grandmother of owner Charity Dean, was one of the first Black homeowners to move into Rosedale Park in 1973. Her journey to her home on Rosemont was one of difficulty and struggle as many of the white neighbors and even the home owner’s realtor did not want integration of this neighborhood. Nevertheless, Rosa and her husband Elijah persevered and successfully purchased the home. Rosa remained in her beloved home for nearly 46 years.read more
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nestled in Grandmont
When you walk into Rosa, we want it to feel cozy and welcoming just like your Grandma’s House. Rosa is an extension of the beautiful diversity that is Grandmont Rosedale. From our intentionally selected music to our grand-millenial decor with afrocentric flair, it is clear that Rosa is both authentically Black and welcoming to everyone.
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As the new owners of Grandmont Rosedale's coffee shop, we envision transforming this shop into a space our community deserves. Rosa was the second black homeowner to move into the Grandmont Rosedale neighborhood in 1973 and she was adamant that while working hard is an expectation, so is celebrating the work you put in. Our vision is to provide you a space where you can do both. We will do that by doing what we do best: being intentional.
19180 Grand River Ave Detroit, MI 48223