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Craft


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Craft


GREAT COFFEE IS AN EXPERIENCE

 

 

 

Great coffee is not something to be manufactured. It is something to be crafted in community. It is complex and nuanced, sweet and bright, intense and graceful.

Come in an experience the difference.

Product

We proudly serve Stumptown Coffee along with Coava and Slate Coffee on a rotating basis. We utilize a variety of brewing methods to bring you an exceptional, high quality cup no matter what you choose. 

Space

We have over three thousand square feet of interior space and a spacious patio. It is bright and airy and a great space to meet or just grab a coffee and have some time to yourself. 

Staff

We are a passionate and highly trained group of baristas that take pride in our service and craft. Ask us about our coffee, we love to talk about it. Come get to know us.

 

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Community


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Community


We love our city and are excited to highlight the ways that people here are working to make the world more beautiful.

Broadway Gallery

We have a gallery in the urban bar on the west side of the coffeehouse. Our current exhibit is by Nicholas Shepherd. If you are interested in art that is happening in Salem, come and check it out. If you are an artist interested in displaying your work, come and talk with us and bring us some samples.  

Events and Live Music

What would a coffeehouse be without a little live music to brighten the space? How about a game night for the family?

If you are interested in playing live music at Broadway, shoot us an e-mail at:  info@broadwaycoffeehouse.com

 

 

Broadway Gives Back

Broadway Coffeehouse is committed to supporting a different organization every quarter that is working to make the world a better place. Following our giving to refugee resettlement in Salem, we decided to support CAMA Services, an international relief organization working with Syrian refugees in Jordan. They will be recipients of the Broadway Gives Back program this April, May and June.

Since the war in Syria broke out 5 years ago, nearly 4.5 million people fled their homes and entered into surrounding countries as refugees. CAMA workers in partnership with a local pastor spend much time visiting refugees in their homes, a sign of respect in Arab culture. Basic food and household supplies are often delivered during visits, giving dignity by not forcing refugees to walk across town with an armful of handouts. 

 

 

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