Why I am a huge fan of Slate Street Cafe
Slate Street Café is a coffee shop that started out in Seattle.
In the past few years, it has grown into a destination for coffee lovers in Portland, Oregon, as well as in Los Angeles and New York City.
The coffee shop is located on a quiet street in downtown Portland, with an outdoor patio with a window that opens onto a nearby outdoor coffee bar.
The cafe’s name comes from a series of three stories that once formed part of a building.
The first was a building built for the first African American woman to graduate from the University of Oregon, and the second was the house where African American families first settled in Portland.
Slate Street Coffee is located in the heart of downtown Portland’s historic neighborhood, in the former home of the Portland Historical Society, which is currently being renovated.
In 2017, Slate Street’s owners opened a new, indoor cafe called Slate Cafe, located inside the former Portland Historical Union building.
Slate Coffee started out as a small coffee shop and then expanded into a cafe in the neighborhood, but its new location allows it to offer a full-service café.
The new Slate Cafe features a full bar, seating, and outdoor patio.
The space is open seven days a week, and Slate Street has been open for the past five years.
Slate Cafe has been around for a few years now.
But, in that time, Slate Cafe owners have expanded the business, adding a full kitchen, an outdoor seating area, and a coffee bar in addition to the cafe. Slate Café’s coffee is made in-house, which allows Slate Street to keep its roots intact.
“Our coffee is our pride and joy,” said Slate Street co-owner and co-founder, Robyn Gebhard.
“We think of ourselves as Portland’s original coffee shop.
We are proud of that.”
Slate Street also has a full menu of sandwiches, sandwiches with a side of beans, and salads, and they’ve got a full espresso bar and specialty drink bar as well.
Slate is the only coffee shop in the city that sells the famous “Slate Street Cafe” roast.
Slate’s original menu features sandwiches, salads, sandwiches, and coffee.
Slate has a long history in Portland and Portland, Washington.
The owner, Roby Gebhart, has been in Portland since 1988.
She moved here to open Slate Street in 1991 and opened it in 1992.
Slate began in Seattle, but in 2010, Slate’s owners moved to Portland to open a new location in the downtown Portland area.
Slate was named the Portland City Market’s Best Coffee Shop in 2017, and was the first Portland coffee shop to receive the Portland Urban Market’s Coffee Shop of the Year in 2018.
Slate became the first local coffee shop with a full, outdoor patio, so you can relax and enjoy the sun and the breeze while you enjoy your coffee.
You can find Slate Street on a street in Portland called Pearl Street, which includes Pearl Street Avenue, Pearl Street Road, and Pearl Street Street.
Slate street coffee is a specialty shop and serves espresso and espresso roasts, with their signature Slate Roast.
Slate Roasts are made in house and roasted in-store, and each roast is hand roasted and tested.
Slate also has three specialty coffees on their menu: the Original Slate Roaster, the Slate Roasted Porter, and their flagship Slate Roastery, which they call Slate Coffee Roastery.
The Slate Roasters are made from the highest quality roasted coffee beans and are the perfect accompaniment to your coffee and sandwiches.
They’re available in a variety of sizes and flavors, and are available on a variety (and more) of beverages, from hot drinks to smoothies.
Slate makes a great breakfast and lunch.
Slate coffee roasts are served with breakfast sandwiches, pancakes, and breakfast burritos.
The sandwiches are served in a large basket that includes lettuce, tomato, bacon, and cheese.
The breakfast burrito comes with beans, salsa, and guacamole.
Slate roast coffee is also available on the weekends.
If you’re visiting Portland, Slate Coffee serves brunch on Sunday mornings and on Wednesday nights.
Slate roasters also serve their sandwiches at the outdoor patio and outdoor seating. Slate café is also a great place to enjoy some great coffee, but the main draw is their breakfast burros.
They serve sandwiches and sandwiches with roast coffee.
Their sandwiches come with a variety menu of beans and beans in various sizes and flavor.
The sandwich is also served with beans and the breakfast burro.
Slate cafe is located at 1549 Pearl Street.