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Café Fonté Receives Nip And Tuck.

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Watch the SAM Doug Aitken “Mirror” Unveiling at a Distinct Destination in a Busy World.


Seattle Washington — On Monday, March 18 Café Fonté is receiving a nip and tuck that will allow guests to choose their experience and match their time frame. The Café will close for one day only and reopen at 7 a.m. on Tuesday, March 19.  For that one Café-less day, an espresso cart will shine outside, like a beacon to those in need, from 7 a.m.-2 p.m.

“Even when partaking in something as social as a cup of coffee or a meal, the world pushes everyone to move faster and accomplish more.  The change will more clearly separate the Café and the coffee bar, allowing quick stops for Fonté coffee lovers on the clock, and adding more seating for those who’ve found the time to sit, sip and savor,” states owner Paul Odom.

And on March 24, Fonté’s neighbor, the Seattle Art Museum, will be hosting a free (with ticket from SAM) street party at 6:30 p.m. along First and Union Streets, celebrating the new Doug Aitken art installation on SAM’s façade. There will be music and food trucks, but more importantly, you can watch the shenanigans all day long from the comfort of Fonté with a latte in hand.

Café Fonté has been a distinct destination since 2009, showcasing top coffees from around the globe, market-fresh dishes, charcuterie and cheeses, and  a wide variety of wines and spirits.

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About Café Fonté
Opened in August 2009, Café Fonté was designed to offer the same premium experience that discriminating Fonté coffee enthusiasts have come to expect. The Café has met the challenge, offering a unique experience for locals, travelers, and business deal-makers, whether for breakfast, lunch, dinner or that famous coffee. The extensive menu, cocktail and wine lists present a wide range of offerings for any occasion or reason. The Café is located at the Four Seasons Hotel Seattle, across from the Seattle Art Museum and just steps from Pike Place Market. Café Fonté is open Monday 7 am to 4 pm; Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday 7 am to 9 pm; Friday and Saturday 7 am to 11 pm. Fonté’s Happy Hour is served daily from 4:00 to 5:30 p.m. For more information, visit www.cafefonte.com.

About Fonté Coffee Roaster
Fonté Coffee Roaster, one of Seattle’s premium independent roasters, provides single origin and specialty coffees and tea for cafes, retailers, restaurants and hotels. The company was founded in 1992 by Seattle native Paul Odom to create coffees that would please the most discriminating enthusiast. Fonté’s Master Roaster Steve Smith (during his 12 year tenure at Starbucks, he was the first and only roaster to earn the title of Master Roaster) is committed to exceptional cup quality. He sources the best handpicked beans, blends compatible aromas and flavors with artisan quality, and roasts by hand with masterful expertise. Smith manages a rigorous roast to order production process that involves shipping on the same day of roasting, ensuring to-the-minute freshness. For more information about Fonté’s finely crafted coffees, please visit www.fontecoffee.com

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