A favorite Tri-City coffeehouse recently opened a new location in Kennewick.
The new 900-square-foot Roasters Coffee features a drive-thru window at 5215 W. Okanogan Place, next to Kamiakin High School.
Roasters Coffee wanted to honor Kamiakin High’s Braves by implementing a Native American theme throughout the coffeehouse.
This is location number eight in just over seven years, and with each location Roasters Coffee strives to bring quality, high-scoring coffees sourced from around the world and roasted locally.
The local coffee chain opened in April 2009. It serves fresh-roasted coffee daily that is roasted by another local coffee roaster, Resilient Coffee Roasters in Richland.
Roasters Coffee serves baked goods from TSP Bakeshop in West Richland.
Wes Heyden is the local owner, operator and sole proprietor.
The coffeehouse was completed Dec. 9 and the grand opening was Dec. 16.
MH Construction of Kennewick was the builder and overseer of the project. Mike Holsten was the general contractor.
Wave Design Group of Kennewick was the architect.
The interior design and theme was led by Shannon Heyden of Roasters Coffee.
Roasters Coffee is set to expand outside the Tri-Cities in 2017. It has secured locations in both Walla Walla and Yakima, and plans to move into the Spokane market in 2018.