Lift Espresso stocks 80 flavors | Enumclaw Business

Lift Espresso debuted earlier this year at 230 Roosevelt Ave., a highly-visible location between McDonald’s and Enumclaw Ski and Mountain.

Lift Espresso debuted earlier this year at 230 Roosevelt Ave., a highly-visible location between McDonald’s and Enumclaw Ski and Mountain.

Owners Michelle Smith and Jill Gann use Dillanos coffee and stock 80 syrup flavors to concoct customer’s favorite beverages. Also on the drink menu are 100 percent fruit smoothies and coffee shakes. Food offerings include baked goods and Costco hot dogs.

For convenience, the coffee stand has a large turnaround space to accommodate large campers, trailers, trucks and recreational vehicles. For truckers, Lift Espresso offers CB service (channel 7). For those preferring to linger and enjoy a latté, there’s an outside seating area with a Mount Rainier view.

Lift Espresso is open from 6 a.m. to 5 p.m every day. The phone number is 360-367-1514 and the shop can be emailed at coffee@liftespresso.com.

 

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