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.
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.
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.
We love our city and are excited to highlight the ways that people here are working to make the world more beautiful.
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.
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: email@example.com
Wednesday, November 18: Live Music and Artist Reception for Nicholas Shephard. Featuring our own Abby Pagett and Brandon Conrad! (Event starts at 6:30 PM)
Friday, November 20: Broadway Movie Night feat. Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones (Event starts at 7:30 PM)
Tuesday, December 8: Special Event with Stumptown Coffee Roasters (time TBD)
Wednesday, December 9: Scratchdog Stringband - Live Music (Event starts at 6:30 PM)
Friday, December 11: Broadway Movie Night feat. Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi (Event starts at 7:30 PM)
Monday, December 14: BCH Game Night (Event starts at 6:30 PM)
Wednesday, December 16: Special Event with Stumptown Coffee Roasters - 3:30 PM
Broadway Coffeehouse is committed to supporting a different organization every quarter that is working to make the world a better place. Once again we've chosen our good friends and neighbors at Salem Free Clinics to be the recipients of the Broadway Gives Back program this October, November and December.
There are still over 32,000 individuals in Marion and Polk counties without health insurance. Salem Free Clinics is working to provide care to that population. The Clinic sees over 5,000 uninsured and underinsured patients every year in their free medical, dental, mental health and counseling clinics. In January 2016 they will be adding a dental hygiene component to their services. Through partnerships with Salem Health, Kaiser Permanente and others, they will be expanding their preventative screening clinics as well.