The Seattle-based company says it will start selling its new single-serve brewer, the Verismo, online this week for $199. The machine, which can steam milk for lattes, will be rolled out in stores next month.
Coffee and a doughnut? Sometimes that’s just what hits the spot. And lucky for us, the Seattle area is filled with locally owned, gourmet doughnut shops that are getting some national attention.
If it looks like coffee, smells like coffee, goes well with coffee or is coffee you will find it at Coffee Fest, September 21 – 23. Everything under the sun that would be found in an upscale coffee shop on either side of the counter, including the counter would be found on the exhibition floor at Seattle’s Coffee Fest 2012.
The Northwest has bountiful supplies of apples in the fall, along with lots of other fruits and vegetables. Plus, we know our coffee, tea and chocolate. Come celebrate the best of the Northwest at one of these food festivals.
Whether its for yourself, your office or as a gift, supporting local Seattle coffee roasters is always a good idea. Here are some local roasting companies that know beans about beans!
Local Artists, Jewelers, Fabric Artists, Papercrafters, Collectors, Crafters and More are converging on the Maple Leaf neighborhood of Seattle for its first local Pop-Up Market on Sunday, August 19.
Look out Seattlites… actors Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakis are coming to town to serve… coffee… on Thursday, July 19 at Pike Place Market’s Local Color!
Nestled between the clear, blue waters of Puget Sound and the Cascade Mountains, Seattle has a thriving LGBT community. Check out what this community has for arts and culture in the area.
Starbucks Corp. is looking to offer a more tempting menu, with a $100 million cash deal to buy a small bakery chain.
The big chain coffee shops are well known around the country, but Seattle’s status as coffee capitol is also well known because of its smaller, independent roasters and cafes. Here are some new coffee houses to try, if you haven’t already!