Drinking & Dining

Broadway’s TNT Coffee is Back in Business Under New Ownership

As you may or may not be aware of, in early October the former owner of TNT Espresso, Momo, announced the long standing espresso stand on the south east corner of Broadway Avenue and Harrison Street would be closing up shop. A favorite of Capitol Hill locals and visitors alike for nearly two decades, TNT Espresso provided walk-up and drive-thru customers with a smile, a treat, a conversation, and a great cup of coffee!

Upon hearing the news of the closure, the new owner, Rock, jumped at the chance to become a first time business owner and continue the legacy of TNT Espresso. Rock, formerly a bartender at Purr Cocktail Lounge and Manray before that is a shining, happy, familiar face on Capitol Hill. After spending the past couple years living in Chicago he has moved back to Seattle and is excited to begin his new adventure.

From Rock’s Facebook:
“Well, hey there…for those of you who don’t know me, my name is Rock and I’m honored to take on ownership of TNT..I LOVE MO MO and I LOVE TNT and I can’t [wait] to pour you a cup of coffee and get to know you all..cheers to you and let’s all be amazing today!! Ps- all my coffees come with FREE hugs, so just ask!! LOL”

Be sure to drop by TNT Espresso and grab a hug (he gives some of the best hugs known to man), a hot cup of coffee, and continue a Seattle tradition with a new friend at the helm.

Be sure to “LIKE” TNT Espresso on Facebook –> TNT ESPRESSO




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