Indy Roaster Tinker Coffee Not Fiddling Around, Opens First Two BarsDaily Coffee News by Roast Magazine

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The new Tinker Coffee bar at the Indianapolis airport. All photos courtesy of Tinker Coffee.

Indianapolis-based roasting company Tinker Coffee has gotten right down to business with its first forays into retail, opening two new coffee bars within the past month, with a third on the way.

The company opened its first coffee shop in a 900-square-foot space on Concourse B of Indianapolis International Airport. The soft opening of Tinker’s second location, a station inside the new AMP marketplace at 16 Tech in Riverside, followed soon after. Another airport location is scheduled to open later this year.

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Red Bay Coffee Opens Big Beautiful Flagship Cafe at Oakland HQDaily Coffee News by Roast Magazine

Inside the new Red Bay cafe at the company’s headquarters at International Blvd and Fruitvale in East Oakland. All images courtesy of Red Bay Coffee Roasters.

Two years after relocating its headquarters into a three-story, 11,000-square-foot former bank building on a busy corner in Oakland, California, Red Bay Coffee Roasters this month celebrated the opening of a spacious and sun-filled retail coffee bar and kitchen that greets the public on the ground floor.

Designed mostly by Red Bay Co-Founder and Chief of Brand Rachel Konte, the vast space features a long bar bathed in natural light from two-story-tall windows. The

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The Patent Pending Team Opens a Mostly Vegetarian Mexican Restaurant in Nomad

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The team behind Nomad’s popular underground cocktail bar Patent Pending has opened a Mexican restaurant next door, where tacos and tostadas are made mostly meat-free.

Located on the basement level of 49 West 27th Street, near Sixth Avenue, Seeyamañana is turning its attention to marinated fruits and root vegetables. Here, chef Carlos Chavarria is making tacos stuffed with lesser-seen fillings — including poblano pepper, apple, raisin, and banana — alongside a selection of limey, vegetarian ceviches. Patent Pending owner Ryan McKenzie is handling drinks at the new restaurant, which include leveled-up micheladas and frozen mezcal

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Deeper Roots Coffee Opens Biggest Branch in CincinnatiDaily Coffee News by Roast Magazine

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The new Deeper Roots Coffee shop on E. 4th St. in downtown Cincinnati. All images courtesy of Deeper Roots Coffee.

Cincinnati-born Deeper Roots Coffee has opened its third and by far largest coffee shop to date. The 1,500-square-foot cafe opened in the central business district in January, offering carryout service for now.

Once fully open, the shop will seat roughly 40 people in a bright and open space with high ceilings and modern globe pendant lighting, with additional standing room to spare. At the center of it all is Deeper Roots’ long-cultivated coffee program.

“We went all out for espresso,”

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Swiss Water Opens 82,000-SF Production Center Outside VancouverDaily Coffee News by Roast Magazine

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The new Swiss Water factory in Delta, British Columbia. All images courtesy of Swiss Water Decaffeinated Coffee Inc.

Following long-term growth projections for the decaffeinated coffee market, Canadian green coffee processing and trading company Swiss Water Decaffeinated Coffee has opened a new 82,000-square-foot production facility.

Based in the Vancouver, British Columbia, suburb of Delta, the new processing and research facility vastly expands the company’s capacity, while its existing factory in nearby Burnaby will continue operations.

Occupying a unique position as both a proprietary coffee processing method and a consumer-facing brand, Swiss Water boasts of a decaffeination process that requires only

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