Damn Fine Coffee and Fried Pies: Owner culminates unique life experience into Seabrook shop – Community Impact Newspaper

Damn Fine Coffee and Fried Pies features a wall filled with memorabilia during Jon Mel Jarnagin’s days on tour and his time hosting the TV show “The Food Guys.” (Andy Yanez/Community Impact Newspaper)
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By Andy Yanez | 6:00 AM Sep 23, 2021 CDT
Reporter, Pearland/Friendswood
Andy joined Community Impact Newspaper as a reporter in June 2021 after graduating with a degree in journalism from the University of Houston. He started off as the South Houston Metro Reporter where he helped each different edition in the South Houston market before transitioning to the Pearland/Friendswood market in August 2021. Andy covers education, local government, transportation, business, real estate development and nonprofits in these communities. Prior to CI, Andy served as the sports editor of The Cougar, UH's student newspaper, where he covered the university's athletics beat for two years and got to cover the 2021 NCAA Men's Basketball Final Four in Indianapolis.
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