Great coffee is not bitter, it is not sour, it is not something to be covered up with heat, cream, and sweetener. Great coffee is an experience - it is complex and nuanced, sweet and bright, intense and graceful. Great coffee employs subtle notes that suggest the most beautiful flavors in cuisine - chocolate and caramel, lemon and cherry, jasmine and rose.
We proudly serve Stumptown Coffee every day, along with the occasional guest roaster. We utilize a variety of brewing methods to bring you an exceptional, high quality cup no matter what you choose.
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 are proud of what we do. Ask us about our coffee, we love to talk about it. Come get to know us at any of our coffee tastings.
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. This gallery currently has an exhibit from Lindsey Walker. 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. We love hosting live solo artists. If you are interested in playing, shoot us an e-mail at email@example.com
Our next live performance will be on Thursday, July 2 by Isaac Turner.
As Broadway Coffeehouse has become firmly established in wider coffee culture, we intentionally look for opportunities to support coffee producers. This April, May and June proceeds from your purchase will go directly back to the Macizo Cooperative. This group of coffee farmers and producers brought us the Colombia El Jordan Peaberry - our exclusive from December through May. As the climate in the coffee growing regions of Colombia becomes increasingly moist, coffee farmers face more problems during the drying phase of coffee production. We are partnering with Stumptown to provide moisture meters to the farmers in the Macizo Cooperative. This will help ensure the livelihood of those Colombian coffee farmers by reducing waste due to rot.
*Photo courtesy of Stumptown Coffee Roasters*