That said, Dunn is hardly a seasoned restaurateur. In fact, prior to 2020, she helmed her own home organizing business, Neat Rules (which is still in operation), consulting with clients to help declutter their homes both virtually and in person. But at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, when business was dwindling and home consultations were off the table, she saw a cafe space go up for rent in her own neighborhood, and it felt like a sign. “I’ve always wanted to have a space where I could provide healthy options for the community. I just jumped at the opportunity without any prior experience,” she says.