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As the owner of Roast House Coffee in North Spokane and First Avenue Coffee downtown, Deborah Di Bernardo is not only judging on taste, consistency and freshness. She also is looking behind the bean: Where did it come from? Is it organic? Sustainable? Did women grow it – and, if not, how can she help make sure they do?
Work has begun to build a cafeteria, common area and classrooms at Spokane’s Lewis and Clark High School.
A new bakery is coming to downtown Spokane, according to permits issued by the city.
Owner Deborah di Bernardo’s First Avenue Coffee says that it is “coffee for the greater good,” and a neon sign at the entrance boasts “damn good coffee.” It’s a hearty agreement on both fronts.
The awards were held in Portland on Sept. 22.
First Avenue Coffee, which opened over the summer on West First Avenue in downtown Spokane, is throwing its official grand opening celebration Thursday, Sept. 20.
First Avenue Coffee exclusively serves Roast House Coffee. “Every coffee we buy is small-lot, hand-picked, hand-sorted and of the highest quality,” said owner Deb Di Bernardo. “All are shade-grown so the ecosystem stays intact. All are certified organic.”
First Avenue Coffee is starting an early morning women’s meet-up modeled after Seattle’s F-Bomb Breakfast Club.