A new coffee roaster is just days away from opening a shop in Cambridge. Broadsheet Coffee Roasters will make its debut on July 5, bringing locally roasted beans and a taste of Mediterranean cuisine to 100 Kirkland St., according to Boston Magazine.
Owner Aaron MacDougall has partnered with Wolf Marnell, who will serve as the shop’s beverage director and retail manager, and chef Darine Hazboun, who is the food director and pastry chef for Broadsheet.
Broadsheet will roast its coffees on site, offering specialty beverages from espresso tonic to a Dark n’ Stormy made with espresso and ginger beer, plus the standard cafe lineup of coffee and milk drinks. There will also be teas, thanks to a collaboration with Cambridge’s Curio Spice, Mem Tea, and Song Tea, and the food will draw inspiration from the Mediterranean and Middle East. There will be baked goods, plus breakfast and lunch items like bread boats, baked falafel cakes, coconut rice bowls, and more.
Broadsheet took over a former convenience store space next to Savenor’s Market, as previously reported. After opening on July 5, it will operate Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.