Cherry Street Public House

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  • March 02, 2017

Cherry Street Public House has been open for nearly two weeks and is off to an amazing start. As an employee of the company, I obviously don't have enough good things to say about the new venture. So here are links to articles, filled with many praises, written by people who are not on the Cherry Street payroll...

Barista Magazine
"Laila Ghambari and the team at Cherry Street Coffee open up new concept cafe, offering an expanded food menu featuring Persian cuisine"

Sprudge
"With Seattle at the forefront of the resistance to Trump’s travel ban, Ali and Laila Ghambari’s first cafe explicitly featuring flavors and traditions of their Persian heritage seems a well-timed rebuke to the President. In fact, it’s a coincidence. Opening day comes at the end of a two-year road for Cherry Street Public House, a bigger, more elaborate branch of their coffee chain, Cherry Street Coffee House."

Seattle Met
"Single-origin pour overs, espresso shrub tonics, hearty Persian stews...oh, and a forthcoming mimosa menu."

Seattle Eater
“So the company went a different direction. ‘We are excited to be opening up this new concept and flagship in Pioneer Square where Cherry Street first started 20 years ago.’”

Pugent Sound Business Journal
"After 20 years serving coffee to the Seattle community, Cherry Street Coffee House is diving deeper into the restaurant industry with a new concept: Cherry Street Public House."



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