Indaba Coffee Roasters is celebrating the grand opening of its newest coffee shop with half-price drinks all day Saturday.
The event runs from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.
At 7 p.m., folksinger and songwriter Chris Molitor is slated to sing and play guitar.
And at 8 p.m., owner Bobby Enslow is scheduled to make a toast.
Indaba opened its latest location in downtown Spokane in early September. Along with Indaba’s signature espresso drinks, this coffee shop also features an array of fancy toasts – lentil hummus toast, toast with house-made peanut butter and jam or bacon, house-made black salt-butterscotch toast – and vegan and gluten-free options.
This marks the sixth location – and the third spot downtown – for Indaba, which recently opened a downtown Sky Bar Coffee Kiosk. That coffee stand opened in late June on the second floor of the Bennett Block building almost directly above Indaba’s high-end espresso bar at 210 N. Howard St.
Earlier this year, Indaba also 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 in Spokane’s West Central neighborhood. It opened in 2009 at 1425 W. Broadway Ave.
The newest Indaba location, more cafe-like than its other coffee shops, is at 518 W. Riverside Ave. next door to Dodson’s Jewelers.
On the web: www.indabacoffee.com.
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