A new coffee shop is coming to town, right in the heart of downtown Salt Lake City, and they’re called Three Pines Coffee. Three Pines will be joining the ranks of a small handful of specialty coffee shops in the downtown area, where the coffee and espresso is expensive, but brewed with love from higher-quality beans and served-up by well-trained baristas who are passionate about providing a great coffee experience.
Three Pines Coffee opens in early January, next to the restaurant From Scratch, located on the south end of the Gallivan Center. It’s the passion project of Meg Frampton and Nick Price, who recently moved back to Utah after spending time in Los Angeles, before realizing that their home state of Utah would be the perfect place for their boutique coffee shop concept that would fulfill their newfound calling to run a coffee shop.
On today’s program we bring in Three Pines Coffee’s founders to talk about their inspiration for their coffee shop and what they feel they have to offer to Salt Lake City’s coffee scene. We also learn about Nick Price’s rich experience as a barista, starting humbly at Beans & Brews before working at one of LA’s most respected coffee shops, Handsome Coffee. Last year, he competed in the US Barista Championship, and on the program he shares stories from that competition and insight on what makes a great barista and how to brew the perfect cup of coffee.
Meg Frampton is a barista-in-training, but shares her love for design and her hopes for creating an atmosphere at Three Pines Coffee that attracts coffee enthusiasts and provides a great experience. Meg also tells us what we can expect when they open their doors in early January.
Tune in to learn about Salt Lake City’s newest coffee shop, Three Pines Coffee.
Three Pines Coffee62 E Gallivan Ave, SLCthreepinescoffee.comInstagram: @threepinescoffee