All grown up: Olympia Coffee set to enhance to Seattle, Tacoma

Olympia Coffee Roasting Co., which operates 3 cafes in Olympia, is set to open new cafes in West Seattle and Tacoma this fall.

The West Seattle plcae during 3810 California Ave. SW is approaching to open in Sep or October, while a Tacoma plcae is set for November, owners Oliver Stormshak pronounced Sunday.

The Tacoma plcae will open in a city’s Proctor area during 2601 N. Proctor St., a site of a former Radio Shack.

“It’s overwhelming to be reinvesting in my hometown,” pronounced Stormshak, a Tacoma native.

Olympia Coffee will share a Tacoma plcae with Lapis Tacoma, that will open a handmade valuables store, he said. Lapis Tacoma is owned by a group behind gifts store Compass Rose and fondle store Captain Little in downtown Olympia. Compass Rose also has a plcae in Tacoma.

The Tacoma cafeteria will offer espresso, pour-over-coffees, espresso milkshakes, affogatos and a “nitro coffee float,” according to a news release.

The business also will fry coffee on site and offer French pastries.

Stormshak pronounced he expects Lapis Tacoma to open in a Proctor plcae in a subsequent integrate of months.