Coffee & Music together at last


Peaberry Bean and Beats Cafe' the beginning of a dream coming true. Pamela Sanderson who spent most of her adult life in car dealerships, wanted to branch out from the hustle and bustle of car sales, focus on her daughter and return to her roots. Pam grew up the only girl in a family of 5 children. Early on her love and passion for horses, found her singing in the barn to all the great jazz standards she would come to love. After high school Pam attended Eastern Michigan, and was classically trained in music. After many years of live performances as a vocalist and pianist, the invention of the Karoke machine changed her career path. Pam went into the business of selling cars.  Not her love, and always focused on having a family and her passion for music. Pam set a goal after her daughter was born to always be there for her. After a very successful career in sales

Pam bought the Peaberry Bean in February 2011. Quickly remodeling to add music lesson studios, a stage and deli, we fast forward to today. Pam’s  experience in sales has given her the passion for customer service. With her daughter hitting the teen years, the café allows her to pursue life as she dreamed it. Passionate about customer service, music and suffering from O.C.D; “Obsessive Coffee Disorder”, she now spends her days with her daughter, teaching vocals and piano. Pam has said “The coffee shop allows me to hang out with my daughter while I work. I love her (daughter) passion for music, she has so much talent. I listen to her play the piano, and sing while I serve up coffee. I know these are tuff teenage days, and the coffee house has given me the freedom to build a great bond with her. Gives her a safe place to stay while I work”


Proof dreams come true… Stop by have a latte, feel the passion and enthusiasm in the atmosphere.
You will leave feeling great about your visit.