As the weather stays sweltering and events come roaring back to the Quad-Cities, coffee shops have been opening and changing up their business in time to brave the summer crowds. 

Here are a few cafes that have opened their doors or changed things up over the past few months. 

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Coffee Apothecary in Bettendorf

Coffee Apothecary, 2571 53rd Ave., Bettendorf, opened June 2 with some unique concoctions. From traditional beverages with a twist like the citrus chai latte to "elixirs" made with Monster energy drinks, the menu is wide-ranging. 

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Iron + Grain Coffeehouse in Davenport.

Iron+Grain Coffee House opened a second location, 1618 N Main St., Davenport, with limited hours this week, and have a grand opening planned for Saturday. The menu will be the same as the original shop in East Moline.

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Coffee Society in Davenport

Coffee Society moved to its new location at 226 W 3rd St., Davenport in November 2020, offering plenty of seating indoors. The menu includes food and drinks, as well as smoothie bowls. 

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Java Java Cafe

Java Java Cafe has been around for years at 836 E River Drive, Davenport, but with a refreshed exterior, and a new food truck in the works, the coffee shop is thinking up new ways to get people their caffeine fix. They're diving into summer with fair-style lemonade shake-ups. 

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Cool Beanz in Rock Island

Cool Beanz Coffeehouse also changed locations, moving to 512 24th St., Rock Island in May. The coffeehouse offers curbside pickup, drive-thru, and indoor dining. 

Jenna Sanders talks about the changing business of coffee amid the novel coronavirus/COVID-19 in front of 392 Caffé, a coffee shop owned by Sanders and husband Jay at 502 W. 3rd St. in downtown Davenport, Iowa Tuesday, March 31, 2020.