Réveille Coffee Co. has certainly come a long way since its 2010 start from a food truck. Owners (and brothers) Tommy and Chris Newbury tell us that they're building the company's fourth location in the pretty undeveloped Mission Bay.
"It's very exciting because this is essentially a brand new neighborhood, so we are presented with the unique challenge of helping shape and build a solid foundation for the new residents of the community," Tommy said. "As one of the first coffee and food purveyors in the neighborhood, we couldn't be more thrilled to be a gathering spot for the local community."
The 2,800-square-feet space, on the corner of 4th and Long Bridge Streets, will have a coffee and espresso bar, as well as a full menu with beer and wine next door in a smaller space called Cafe Réveille. The casual cafe will serve breakfast, lunch and dinner with seasonal offerings and in-house baked desserts and pastries. You can expect a few similar items to the other stores, but the menu (especially dinner) will be much larger.
The part the brothers are most excited about, though, is that this spot will also serve as Réveille’s roasting headquarters — marking the first time the company is roasting its own coffee — and employee training lab. Down the road the space will host courses and public cuppings (a.k.a. tastings), too. The newest Réveille is set to open this winter; we'll keep you updated on its progress.