Time is running out to claim your seat at the next Public Brewing School, Caffe Vita’s free class on all things coffee. We are excited to feature our latest import from Papua New Guinea, a cooperatively grown coffee by native farmers who’ve pledged their land to conservation. We’ll feature this exciting coffee alongside many others, and brew with a variety of tools and techniques. This one is being held in Capitol Hill, May 4th, 10:00 to noon. Email email@example.com to reserve your place in this month’s installment of PBS!
Meet John Hasson and his daughter Isabella. John is the owner and chef at Tyler Street Café in Port Townsend, WA. His 11 year old daughter Isabella is a barista prodigy. We were so impressed with Isabella’s latte art and overall technique that we wanted to showcase it here.
If you’re a Port Townsend resident, or plan on visiting for this year’s Rhododendron Festival during the last weekend of May, pay Tyler Street café a visit. You may find Isabella behind the counter practicing her skills, try some of John’s delicious cooking or sample some pastries made by his wife Anca.
Caffe Vita is proud to be a participating business in the First Annual Eat Out on Capitol Hill to benefit Country Doctor Community Health Centers. We’re one of several neighborhood cafes and restaurants who have pledged to donate a percentage of proceeds from this Wednesday, September 14. Here’s the link to the Facebook event page.
Country Doctor Community Health Centers improves the health of our community by providing high-quality, caring, culturally appropriate primary health care that addresses the needs of all people regardless of their ability to pay.
Check out the poster below and make your plans for this Wednesday. Round up your friends and hit up your favorite places on the hill. You can make an impact!
Eat Out on Capitol Hill, Sept 14, 2011