Napa Valley Coffee Roasting Company moving to Napa’s Riverfront complex

On Feb. 20, after practically 38 years, the swinging purple display door of the Napa Valley Espresso Roasting Firm, inside downtown’s Winship constructing, will shut for the final time.

Nonetheless, Napa Valley Espresso Roasting is not leaving downtown. It’s shifting 420 steps, to 710 Primary St. on the Riverfront advanced. The roasting firm will take over the previous, now reworked, location of retail retailer Store 12, which has moved just some doorways down.

“We’ve been right here so lengthy, via many modifications and challenges in Napa Valley; it’s unhappy to depart this historic constructing,” mentioned Doug Dunlap, retail operations supervisor at Napa Valley Espresso Roasting Firm. “However, we’re thrilled to begin a brand new journey surrounded by a few of Napa Valley’s most prestigious new eating places.”

Rick Strathdee, a buyer of Napa Valley Espresso Roasting for many years, mentioned at first he had considerations about parking on the new location — till he realized of the big indoor parking zone positioned instantly beneath the constructing and a further lot throughout the road.

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“Loads of parking, a bigger café with twice the seating, and the pleasant employees shifting to the brand new location is a recipe for achievement,” Strathdee mentioned.

“The Roasting Firm has been perfecting espresso for over 30 years,” mentioned Strathdee, “this will probably be an thrilling new chapter.”

Based in 1985, Napa Valley Espresso Roasting Firm was one of many first native espresso roasting firms in Napa Valley, modeled upon European cafes and housed in a landmark Victorian constructing. In 1991, it opened a second location in downtown St. Helena.