San Francisco-grown coffee company, Réveille Coffee Co., is planning on opening their second SF location in the Castro on 18th Street between the Mix Bar and Poesia. Réveille started out as a coffee truck (in a converted DHL van) a few years ago in Jackson Square and opened its first brick and mortar location last November at 200 Columbus Avenue. The coffee company is ran by two brothers, Tommy and Chris Newbury, and they serve up Four Barrel coffee and espressos from different regions around the world. Their cafe location at 200 Columbus was big enough to allow them to start serving breakfast and lunch food stuffs that include items like a braised kale, fried egg sandwich with gruyere on Della Fattoria levain for breakfast and a chopped salad with romaine lettuce, peppered salami, hard boiled egg, provolone, cannellini beans, parsnips and carrots topped with a red wine vinaigrette for lunch. The signs in the windows surrounding the recently renovated "garage" of the victorian at 4080 18th Street read that Réveille Coffee Co. should be opening this Winter. We reached out to the Newbury brothers for details on the Castro location (like if they will be relegated to just the garage) and to find out if they would be serving food. We will let you know what they say. If their 200 Columbus location is any indicator, the Castro location will be very clean, open and stylish (check out the photos of the Columbus location). In the meantime, we now have one more coffee company getting ready to enter a now packed market of coffee shops opening soon. via Biscuit tipster Stephen G ( thanks! :D )
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