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Tuesday, December 18, 2018  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Ladder Coffee and Toast keeps climbing

Ladder Coffee and Toast is planning to open a coffee shop in Browne’s Addition this fall. The North Side drive-thru traces its roots to the owners’ yard, where Katie and Aaron Rivkin held weekend coffee klatches to start building buzz for their business. (Courtesy of Aaron Rivkin)
Ladder Coffee and Toast is planning to open a coffee shop in Browne’s Addition this fall. The North Side drive-thru traces its roots to the owners’ yard, where Katie and Aaron Rivkin held weekend coffee klatches to start building buzz for their business. (Courtesy of Aaron Rivkin)

Ladder Coffee and Toast, the Spokane coffee shop that got its start in a barista’s yard before opening a North Side drive-thru last November, is planning to move to Browne’s Addition this fall.

Owner Aaron Rivkin made the announcement on Instagram and Facebook on Monday, posting a photo of the new location. Ladder plans to move to 1516 W. Riverside Ave. in the beginning to middle of October, he said.

He and his wife, Katie, began holding Saturday morning coffee klatches at their home in Spokane’s Five Mile neighborhood last summer to start building buzz for a brick-and-mortar location.

Ladder serves coffee from specialty roasters around the region and rest of the country. Its drive-thru location is at 603 W. Hastings Road.

On the web: www.facebook.com/laddercoffee.


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