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Indaba’s Sky Bar now open

An Indaba latte is seen on Monday, July 28, 2014, at  in Spokane, Wash. TYLER TJOMSLAND (Tyler Tjomsland / The Spokesman-Review)
An Indaba latte is seen on Monday, July 28, 2014, at in Spokane, Wash. TYLER TJOMSLAND (Tyler Tjomsland / The Spokesman-Review)

Indaba Coffee Roasters has opened another location in downtown Spokane.

The Sky Bar coffee kiosk marks the coffee roaster’s second downtown location. A third downtown location is also in the works.

The Sky Bar is located on the second floor of the Bennett Block building in between the skybridge that connects to the M, or former Macy’s building, across the street to the west, and the skybridge that connects to the Parkade, across the street to the south.

The coffee stand offers a variety of espresso drinks, including specialties such as its lemon-lavender and lemon-vanilla lattes. Hours are 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Earlier this year, it opened two locations in Kendall Yards: one inside the Fleet Feet athletic shoe store, and another inside a shared space with Hello Sugar, a mini-doughnut shop.

The original Indaba location is nearby in Spokane’s West Central neighborhood. It opened in 2009 at 1425 W. Broadway Ave.

Indaba also operates a high-end espresso bar at 210 N. Howard St. in downtown Spokane. That location opened in 2015 and is located almost directly underneath the new coffee kiosk.

Indaba also plans to open a coffee shop at 518 W. Riverside Ave. next door to Dodson’s Jewelers later this summer. Permits filed with the city estimate the cost of construction for the location near Dodson’s at $50,000.

On the web: www.indabacoffee.com.