O’Connell Street will soon be the set-up of the world for the first Philadelphia roastery cafe in an effort to brew up craft brewed coffee from the Vietnamese community.
Càphê Roasters and Cafe opened its doors in March in Center City and currently serves coffee from seven roasters, which include Haitian, Colombia, Peru, Venezuela, Brazil, Guatemala and others, via a wide array of roasts including espresso, lattes, macchiatos, espresso shots and shot coffees. As of the start of this month, the crew is doubling in size with the addition of Pennsauken roaster Cosmopolitan. The store is taking bookings for the first time ever for Saturday evening brunch, which will feature over ten hours of hospitality and coffee availability in addition to $5 La Colombe coffees. And as summer comes on, the céphê has added a modified mobile roaster, aptly named #Rattlesnake, that will roll through different neighborhoods.
But before heading to the store, stop by Penn’s Landing, 15 South, 23 New Street or the Parkway Plaza to grab a taste of their signature Coconut Cocoa Mocha, Càmanje Peanut Butter Latte and other hot blends. Customers can also enjoy a cortado or espresso with their choice of milk, tea, or both.