The exterior of the future Réveille Coffee Co. flagship. Photo courtesy of Réveille Coffee Co.
Stylish brothers Chris and Thomas Newbury of ~RÉVEILLE COFFEE CO.~ are getting ready to open their fourth and largest location this winter. The new location is in Mission Bay and will serve as their flagship and headquarters, with a roasting facility, training center, and espresso bar. In addition to the roasting space, they will be opening ~CAFÉ REVEILLE~ next door, with a full kitchen and bar serving wine and beer. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner will be available, along with their coffee. The space requires a full buildout, so it will be awhile before the doors open, but they’re aiming for this winter. 610-620 Long Bridge St. at 4th St.
One-cup-at-a-time juggernaut ~PHILZ COFFEE~ is bringing their mint mojitos to yet another neighborhood. Their latest location is now open in Potrero, adjacent to the Design District. They’ve got all the usual coffees, and there are extended evening hours too. Hours are daily 6am-8pm. 1775 17th St. at De Haro, 415-814-8096.
~COFFEE BAR~ has introduced a new, special coffee concoction to check out: cold-brew horchata. It’s made in-house, using their cold brew from Mr. Espresso beans, along with rice, cinnamon, and vanilla. Hello, lover. It’s available at all of their locations.
Todd Carmichael, La Colombe Coffee founder and star of The Travel Channel’s Dangerous Grounds, has a new series premiering on the Travel Channel on Monday September 14th called Uncommon Grounds. He’ll be exploring the culture of different countries through the lens of their relationship to coffee, including trips to Japan, Paris, Havana, and Lusaka, Zambia.