Craft.19 Serving Espresso and Crepes since 2015.
Craft.19 opened in Sumner in 2015. I heard positive things from a couple of by fellow coffee fanatics so I decided I needed to go and check it out.
Serving Delanos Coffee Roasters coffee Craft.19 offers a nice selection of coffee beverages both hot and iced. Feeling adventurous I ordered their cold brew coffee. Served in a Mason style jar the coffee was clean and fresh tasting. This was a really nice cold brew coffee. I am not sure what Delanos coffee they used and I should have asked but alas, I did not. On my next visit I will be sure to try one of their brewed coffee and perhaps an espresso drink. Good Coffee. Check!
Comfortable space to enjoy coffee and conversation.
The décor and seating area at Craft.19 is very nicely designed. There is abundant seating including another seating area across the hall. There is a fireplace (I think all coffeeshops are required to have them now, kidding) I enjoyed my window seat and watching as people were out enjoying the summer day in downtown Sumner. Craft.19 is one of the nicest looking shops I have visited so far. There is some outside seating as well to take full advantage of the nice summer weather. Wi-Fi was strong so getting some work done would be a snap. Comfortable place for conversation. Check.
Crepes look delicious!
This is not a food article, but I would be remiss if I did not mention that Craft. 19 serves crepes and they looked fantastic. The menu has both sweet and savory varieties. I did not have one on my visit but as I looked around the shop I was surrounded by people eating crepes and smiling. Next visit I will have a crepe along with my espresso drink. =)
Where to find
You can visit Craft.19 Espresso & Creperie at 1201 Main St Sumner, Washington 98390. You can find them on Facebook. Visit their website or follow them on their Instagram Page. It would be best though to stop in and see them and when you do stop in tell them you heard about them from Explore Washington State.
Why 100 Cups of Coffee in 100 Days? Read my original article here.