Spyhouse Coffee opened its third location yesterday, inside a sprawling warehouse in Northeast Minneapolis. Gabriel Dunn was on hand with a camera for the grand opening, and so here's a look inside this highly attractive new cafe and roasting space.
A brass lion head door knocker greets visitors at the door.
Inside, guests are enveloped by sumptuous exposed brickwork.
Warm natural light enters through generous south-facing windows.
According to Modern Midwest, the shop contains over three-thousand feet of barn wood.
We just love the wall-mounted candles and schoolhouse lighting.
Along with traditional espresso coffee fare, visitors can delight in some of the fancier (perhaps more refined) offerings. We'll have a Mexican Mocha flight with a Spyhouse Caramella chaser.
Their ceramic wares match their black and white La Marzocco Strada masterfully.
Is this my Spyhouse Caramella?
A gorgeous chandelier hangs overhead.
Verve's La Nena waits to be ground in a Baratza Vario-W.
A space gray La Marzocco FB-80 hides behind an army of coffee jars and bags from Cafe Grumpy and VCR.
An antique drugstore sign hangs overhead. A nod to Stumptown Seattle?
Brew gadgets, widgets, gizmos, tee-shirts, beans, and a painting of a pooch (NFS).
An old map of Minneapolis gives guests an idea of where they're at.
A rare Vito-graphic light green chalkboard outline map gives us a chance to reflect on things whilst sipping our Spyhouse Caramellos.
Photography by Gabriel Dunn for Sprudge.com.