If you've seen the storefront advising passersby to "Eat Real Food!" in The Corner at Edwards, you're in luck; the space behind the papered glass will soon be offering real food aplenty in the form of freshly baked goods, coffee, local produce, a cafe menu, and a full-service bar. The name of this real food mecca? Hovey & Harrison, a partnership between Gretchen Hovey, owner of Edwards-based produce purveyor Ripe, and Molly Harrison, a baker for the likes of Sweet Basil and Zino's. As such, the space will evolve from a coffee shop selling Harrison's signature baked goodies (including take-home loaves of her signature sourdough and multi-grain breads) in the morning to a lunchtime hangout where locals can linger on the patio – with cocktails, courtesy of the cafe's full bar. In addition, Ripe's signature produce – sourced from farms in Palisade and around the valley – will be sold in Hovey & Harrison's on-site market year-round. And as for that papered window? "It opens up for a nice indoor/outdoor space in the summer," says Hovey. "We just want a great community space where people can come and hang out." The duo is shooting for Father's Day weekend (June 17-18) grand opening. Hoveyandharrison.com, 56 Edwards Village Blvd, Unit 120, Edwards.