Arrow-right Camera

The Spokesman-Review Newspaper The Spokesman-Review

Tuesday, September 17, 2019  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
Partly Cloudy Day 56° Partly Cloudy
A&E

Where to celebrate National Coffee Day in Spokane

UPDATED: Fri., Sept. 28, 2018, 10:49 a.m.

This 2017 file photo shows a pumpkin-spice latte at &Kup in downtown Spokane. (Adriana Janovich / The Spokesman-Review)
This 2017 file photo shows a pumpkin-spice latte at &Kup in downtown Spokane. (Adriana Janovich / The Spokesman-Review)

Some of us celebrate coffee every day.

And that makes Saturday one of our favorite holidays.

Saturday is National Coffee Day.

In honor of coffee’s official American holiday, some establishments are offering other special promotions. This is where to go to for coffee on National Coffee Day in and around Spokane.

Friday

Thomas Hammer Coffee Roasters is celebrating Friday, not Saturday, “since so many of our regular customers could not benefit on the weekend,” owner Thomas Hammer said in an email Thursday. So, on Coffee Day Eve, THCR is giving away free 12-ounce batch brews of its Golden Bean award-winning El Salvador Finca Buena Vista. Find a location at https://hammercoffee.com/.

Saturday

Barnes & Noble cafes across the country are offering a free tall cup of hot or iced coffee. In Spokane, Barnes & Noble is located at NorthTown Mall, 4750 N. Division St. Call (509) 482-4235. On the web: www.barnesandnoble.com.

The Bean Stalk Espresso is offering customers a free extra shot of espresso or flavor to any drink. The Bean Stalk Espresso is at 1621 W. Mansfield Ave. Call (509) 323-4845. On Facebook: www.facebook.com/ BeanStalkEspresso/.

Cinnabon is offering a free 12-ounce signature hot coffee at select stores. No purchase is required. For locations, visit cinnabon.com.

Holiday Stationstores are giving away free coffee of any size for National Coffee Day. To get a free cup, customers need to text COFFEE to 44022 to receive their free cuppa. Plus, Holiday is running a Free Coffee Tuesday promotion through Oct. 9. The convenience store chain is offer complimentary cups of coffee of any size along with flavored syrups and creamers available for no additional charge. Holiday has more than 500 stores across the country. It features Espresso Dark Roast, Guatemalan Highlands, Rainforest House blend, Hazelnut, 100-percent Colombian and other beans. For more information about Holiday’s 2018 coffee program, click here. To find the Holiday store nearest you, click here.

Indaba Coffee Roasters is launching its Saturday brunch at its newest location from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The new location features artisan toast, beer, wine and cider, along with a selection of coffee. Indaba is at 518 W. Riverside Ave. Call (509) 822-7182. On the web: www.indabacoffee.com.

Pavilion Coffee is selling 20-ounce coffee drinks for $2, excluding blended drinks. And for customers who fill a to-go tray with four coffee drinks, the fifth coffee drink is free. Pavilion Coffee is at 9921 E. Trent Ave. in Spokane Valley. Call (509) 892-5200. On Facebook: www.facebook.com/Pavilioncoffeestand.

Roast House and First Avenue Coffee are offering a 50-gram single-serving pouch of Daterra Masterpiece Catuai 62 specialty coffee for free with the purchase of a beverage. The retail value of the pouch is regularly $5. The coffee connoisseurs at Roast House and First Avenue Coffee have nicknamed this variety “Pineapple Coffee” for its flavor. This coffee recently took home two medals in two separate categories at the 2018 Golden Bean North American Coffee Roaster’s competition. Roast House is at 423 E. Cleveland Ave. Call (509) 995-6500. On the web: roasthousecoffee.com. First Avenue Coffee is at 1011 W. First Ave. Call (509) 201-7091 On the web: 1stavecoffee.com.

To get your coffee shop listed, send your National Coffee Day specials to Food editor Adriana Janovich at adrianaj@spokesman.com.

Subscribe to the Spokane7 email newsletter

Get the day’s top entertainment headlines delivered to your inbox every morning.

You have been successfully subscribed!
There was a problem subscribing you to the newsletter. Double check your email and try again, or email webteam@spokesman.com