Sally Barbetta and Teri Scott have been friends for about 30 years, and get together almost every morning.
"I don't know how we find enough to talk about everyday, but we do," said Sally Barbetta, a regular at The Towpath Cafe.
The Towpath Cafe has become part of their routine.
"We love to walk along the canal and we walk in the morning and get some good exercise, and then we come here and get some coffee, or tea," said Barbetta.
Neil Clark bought the coffee shop in early 2009, and this past may added a restaurant.
"Oh tripled our staff and hired a chef and executive chef, and all that. We went from about 30 seats to 140 seats," said Neil Clark, owner of The Towpath Cafe.
"The were very supportive for the first two-and-a-half years I was here, so that was a big factor in the decision to expand and try this venture," said Clark.
"It is a comfortable place, it is like a cafe. It is just very comfortable you find a nice seat, and we talk, Ha-Ha. You socialize and get to know some of the people that come regularly," said Barbetta.