West Seattle caffeinator Realfine Coffee doubled in size on Friday morning, opening up a second location in Capitol Hill, according to Capitol Hill Seattle.
It moves in on Pine Street at Boylston — a space that has previously been relatively dedicated to coffee, with Portland’s Stumptown Coffee giving up on the location almost a year ago. Fittingly for the company, which has been a donor to pro-LGBTQ organizations in the past, it’s also right in time for Pride this weekend.
As with the original West Seattle Realfine, the Capitol Hill edition will serve brews from Seattle roaster Herkimer Coffee, croissants, and other pastries, in a concrete-floored space lined with stool seating on one side, and a banquette on the other.
This is the first ever expansion for Realfine: owner Julie Mierzwiak first opened the cafe’s doors on Fauntleroy Way SW nearly three years ago, in late 2015.
While the hours aren’t posted on any official Realtime channel yet, Google is listing them as 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily.