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Pavement Coffeehouse to open sixth Boston store

Pavement Coffeehouse is gearing up to open its sixth location in Boston later this month in Boston’s Fenway neighborhood.

The store is the first since 2010 that Pavement has built from the ground up, so they have more input into a design shop that officials say will have “a little bit of a wild side.” There will be a mural taking up an entire wall. The store also has bright colors and, in the right seasons, outdoor seating.

Like its other shops, this one will serve single-origin coffees and espresso from Counter Culture Coffee.

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“We love coffee – we’re total nerds about it – yet we strive to keep our program fun and approachable with simple, comfortable, unpretentious service,” said Marissa Molinaro at Pavement. “We want to make specialty coffee accessible to everyone, geeks and nongeeks alike, every day.”

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For the nerds: The new store has a Mahlkoenig EK43 for grinding coffee used for handpours. Espresso beans will be ground on two Nuova Simonelli Mythos One Clima Pro grinders. A La Marzocco GB5 espresso machine will do the rest.

The shop also serves teas by Rishi Tea, and kettle-boiled, freshly baked bagels made by Pavement owner Larry “Bagelman” Margulies.

The shop is slated to open the third week of April, at 1330 Boylston St.

Matt Viser can be reached at matt.viser@globe.com.