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Topic: Seattle this Weekend (5 msgs / 153 lines)
1) From: Mejia, Carlos
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I'm going to be in the Emerald City this weekend, staying in the
Downtown area.  Any roasters out there who can recommend a good espresso
bar that might be hiding amongst all the Charbucks?   Also, I'll have
some time to kill on Saturday and wondering if there's a small
commercial roaster or homeroaster who I might visit to learn more about
this crazy habbit.   ~carlos
 

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Hey Carlos:
I think there are several roaster folk around there, commercial as well, surely one will post back to you. Have a great time.
You can always hit Pikes Market, such fun...
ginny
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3) From: Brett Mason
Or go to Schomer's place, Vivace...  Also Hines Public Market...
Those would be my favorite places to drop in for good
coffee/espresso/beverages...
Brett
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Cheers,
Bretthttp://homeroast.freeservers.com

4) From: Sandy Andina
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Also try Caffe d'Arte at 2nd & Virginia Sts., or their drive-thru in  
a parking lot off B'way (forgot the cross-street) on Capitol Hill;  
The Bean Post on 9th & James (just n. of the Sorrento Hotel and  
across from Virginia Mason Hospital on First (a/k/a "Pill") Hill; and  
Cafe Allegro at NE 43& Univ. Way NE ("the Ave"), just south of the  
University Bookstore, in the U. District.  The latter was founded by  
one of the original owners of Starbucks (when it was still just a  
bean & Leaf store that didn't over-roast everything) after he sold  
his interest in the Green Mermaid.  Caffe d'Arte and The Bean Post  
roast on-site; C d'A actually has a wood-fired as well as gas roasters.
Sandy Andina  (who lived in Seattle for 7 years)
www.sandyandina.com
www.myspace.com/sandyandina
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Also try Caffe d'Arte at 2nd =
& Virginia Sts., or their drive-thru in a parking lot off B'way =
(forgot the cross-street) on Capitol Hill; The Bean Post on 9th & =
James (just n. of the Sorrento Hotel and across from Virginia Mason =
Hospital on First (a/k/a "Pill") Hill; and Cafe Allegro at NE 43& =
Univ. Way NE ("the Ave"), just south of the University Bookstore, in the =
U. District.  The latter was founded by one of the original owners of =
Starbucks (when it was still just a bean & Leaf store that didn't =
over-roast everything) after he sold his interest in the Green Mermaid. =
 Caffe d'Arte and The Bean Post roast on-site; C d'A actually has a =
wood-fired as well as gas roasters.
 Sandy Andina  =
(who lived in Seattle for 7 =
years)www.sandyandina.comwww.myspace.com/sandyandina=


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5) From: Mejia, Carlos
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Thanks for the referrals Sandy.  I'll have to check them out!  ~carlos
From: homeroast-admin
[mailto:homeroast-admin] On Behalf Of Sandy Andina
Sent: Wednesday, March 28, 2007 5:29 PM
To: homeroast
Subject: Re: +Seattle this Weekend
 
Also try Caffe d'Arte at 2nd & Virginia Sts., or their drive-thru in a
parking lot off B'way (forgot the cross-street) on Capitol Hill; The
Bean Post on 9th & James (just n. of the Sorrento Hotel and across from
Virginia Mason Hospital on First (a/k/a "Pill") Hill; and Cafe Allegro
at NE 43& Univ. Way NE ("the Ave"), just south of the University
Bookstore, in the U. District.  The latter was founded by one of the
original owners of Starbucks (when it was still just a bean & Leaf store
that didn't over-roast everything) after he sold his interest in the
Green Mermaid.  Caffe d'Arte and The Bean Post roast on-site; C d'A
actually has a wood-fired as well as gas roasters.
 
Sandy Andina  (who lived in Seattle for 7 years)
www.sandyandina.com
www.myspace.com/sandyandina
 
 


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