Their creative efforts are a draw for lawyers between hearings at the courthouse.
It's more than even Christa's father expected.
"It's nicer than I envisioned," Dennis Brumfield said. "This has a little bit of atmosphere."
He is optimistic the area can support the enterprise.
"We have industry, power plants, AEP. We have a lot of people who enjoy the finer things," he said.
The coffeehouse menu offers a variety of coffees, featuring beans from Old Village Roaster of Huntington, as well as specialty hot chocolates, teas and an spiced apple cider with a rich caramel sauce and whipped cream.
Of the in-house baked goods, the cinnamon rolls are the most frequently requested item, Christa said. She gained her culinary skills from her mother, a Marshall University home economics graduate.
"I've always done parties for friends," Christa said after the girls had left with their creations in four-hole cupcake boxes.
She and her husband generally work at The Coffee Grinder on Saturdays, when the regular hours are 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Weekdays she is a physical therapist with Pleasant Valley Home Health. The couple have a 2-year-old, Patrick, and are expecting a second child.
Barbara Brumfield and three other employees operate the coffeehouse Monday through Friday, when regular hours are 7 a.m. to 2 p.m.
For more information call 304-593-9922 or go to The Coffee Grinder Point Pleasant on Facebook.