Northeast Cobbers who have been here since the early 1990′s may remember Cafe 33 owner, Shane Clements, as a Sprayberry Yellow Jackets football lineman, class of 1993. Clements played college football for East Central University of Oklahoma and came back to Cobb after earning a bachelor’s degree in education.
Oklahoma is where Clements’ cooking roots start. The “33″ is “Mom,” Clements’ maternal grandmother’s birth year. “Mom’s” recipes dominate the Cafe 33 menu. Clements is proud to honor his now deceased grandmother by keeping her love of good food, family and friends the focus of his restaurant located at the intersection of Sandy Plains and Piedmont roads.
The cafe seats 50 people inside and 12 outside, the mezzanine can be rented, the place is a Wi-Fi hotspot and the menu is served, made to order, all day.
Clements is a hands-on restaurateur, working many roles including teaching himself how to create the website for his enterprise. Clements’ brother Paul is one of three employees. The business is in the process of applying for a beer and wine license and will open for dinner in the near future.
Q. What’s the best thing about your job?
A. It’s not a job. It’s a passion. The best part is sharing my grandmother’s food, my grandmother’s way of caring about people. I want everyone to feel like
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