When you walk into the 1971 Airstream Safari trailer at 312 Center Street, you’ll see these words inscribed in chalk on the door: “If you do everything with love, love will do everything for you!”

Take another step inside, and you’ll find a mini lounge, filled with deep blues and walls accented with Western red cedar wood straight out of the 1970s. Vintage Minolta cameras and small plants adorn the small counters. On the right there is a small booth with a wooden table, and on the left is a small kitchen, where you’ll find Johnathon “JP” Pezzino and his girlfriend, Sydney Jacobson, brewing coffee from 7:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. every day.

For the Jupiter natives, making coffee in The Lokomotive is certainly a labor of love.

When regular customers walk in, the couple hugs them. They say how good it is to see them again and ask about their kids, their jobs.

But you won’t find any signs for the lounge in front of the trailer, which the couple bills as the first locally owned specialty shop in Jupiter.

SOURCE: https://www.palmbeachpost.com/news/20191028/how-did-shiny-silver-trailer-transform-into-friendly-micro-coffee-shop-in-jupiter