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Evans Brothers Coffee Roasters opens in downtown Coeur d’Alene

UPDATED: Fri., Nov. 17, 2017

Brothers Rick (left) and Randy Evans, owners of Evans Brothers Coffee Roasters in Sandpoint, were recently recognized by Food and Wine magazine.
Brothers Rick (left) and Randy Evans, owners of Evans Brothers Coffee Roasters in Sandpoint, were recently recognized by Food and Wine magazine.

Evans Brothers Coffee Roasters has opened a new coffee shop in downtown Coeur d’Alene.

The boutique coffee roaster in Sandpoint officially launched its outpost this week.

A Grand Opening Get Down celebration is slated for Dec. 1. It includes a latte art competition at 6:30 p.m. with a deejay spinning ‘70s funk and other dance music, food and a cash bar. Event sponsors are: Cafe Imports, Marco Beverage Systems, Barista Magazine, Fresh Cup Magazine and La Marzocco.

The Coeur d’Alene shop marks the second location for Evans Brothers. It features the La Marzocco Linea PB 3-group espresso machine, Marco SP9 single cup brewers, and EK43 and Mahlkonig Peak grinders. Pastries come from Common Crumb Artisan Bakery in Spokane.

Brothers Rick and Randy Evans opened Evans Brothers Coffee Roasters in 2009. They started as a wholesale roaster, adding a café about three years later.

Evans Brothers was region’s first Good Food Award winner in 2013. It was also the first – and remains the only – establishment in the Inland Northwest to have won two Good Food Awards. It also won in 2016.

The Sandpoint shop and roastery is at 524 Church St. The new Coeur d’Alene shop is at 504 E. Sherman Ave. On the web: evansbrotherscoffee.com. Call (208) 265-5553.

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