Coffeehouse & Roastery - NOW OPEN!
400 E. Division St., Arlington TX • 817-200-7790
CURRENTLY OPEN TO GO & 25% SEATING
PATIO SEATING NOW AVAILABLE!
Visit our flagship location at 400 E. Division St. in the heart of Downtown Arlington’s Urban Union – an exciting area of creative and collaborative businesses. We roast and serve only specialty coffee, which is carefully sourced, grown, and harvested from premium growing regions, earns a high score by international professional coffee graders, and is properly roasted and brewed. You can taste the difference, from crop to cup. Each stage of the coffee supply chain is traceable, so you know what you’re getting.
Coffeehouse features include a full coffee and espresso bar (including our own Nitro Cold Brew on tap), assorted small bites and baked goods to accompany the many beverages we offer, and an ample seating area including wood tables near the roasters, bar seating at the window, comfy chairs, and our “green room,” where we store our green unroasted coffee in the original burlap bags packed by our growers worldwide. Customers may also purchase beverages to-go, coffee by the bag, large “traveler” carafes to-go, and Salter Bros. branded merchandise.
We’ve outfitted the mid-century modern refurbished space with thoughtful details, making it the perfect place to relax and recharge. Our tables and countertops are made with repurposed Italian wood, reclaimed lumber from John’s family homestead in the Piney Woods of East Texas, and planks sourced from our hometown of Arlington.
Stay tuned for fun and informative coffee classes coming soon, like “cuppings” (similar to a wine tasting, but for coffee), and “How to Make a Better Cup of Coffee.” We are also happy to serve as your go-to place for community events and gatherings. Salter Bros. Coffeehouse & Roastery is a one-of-a-kind coffeehouse where you can meet up with colleagues, recharge and relax, or linger over a cup of artisan coffee with friends.
See you soon!
Thank you to Jaime Marum of Catalyst Creative Arts (our neighbors) for our coffee wall painting! Watch the time-lapse below: