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Three coffee shops slated to open on same day in Spokane

UPDATED: Fri., May 25, 2018, 2:27 p.m.

Three coffee shops are slated to open June 1 in Spokane.

Indaba Coffee Roasters is opening its fourth location in conjunction with Hello Sugar, a new, made-to-order mini doughnut business. They both plan to launching Friday, June 1, which happens to be National Doughnut Day, in the west end of Kendall Yards. The space will be the new headquarters for Indaba, which is moving its roasting operation to the new location. The space will also serve as the first location for Hello Sugar, which specializes in six regular flavors of mini doughnuts that are made while you watch. It’s at 419 N. Nettleton St.

Roast House Coffee owner Deb Di Bernardo is opening her First Ave. Coffee shop, complete with a 40-foot coffee bar. It’s outfitted with high-tech ModBar brewing systems for pour-over, espresso and other coffee drinks. The space also features a live-edge communal table fashioned from a large piece of walnut wood and additional seating on the mezzanine level. It’s at 1017 W. First Ave.

And Next Door Deli and Coffee Lounge is opening near Gonzaga University in the Logan neighborhood. Syrups will be house-made. So will the coconut-macadamia milk. Next Door will serve coffee from Caffe Vita in Seattle. Lindsey Blair, the former chef at Iron Goat Brewing, is opening the business at 1307 N. Hamilton St. (It’s not to be confused with Next Door Espresso at 903 W. Riverside in downtown Spokane.)

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