SEATTLE--(Top Pot Doughnuts is proud to announce the opening of a new cafe in late February that will cater to Issaquah residents and its business community. Located at 12th Avenue and NW Maple Street near the Issaquah Transit Center, Top Pot will make use of Rowley Properties’ vintage 1960’s-era round building. Neighborhood patrons will have fresh varieties of hand-forged doughnuts, fresh-roasted coffee, locally made pastries, ice cream and sandwiches available daily. For those on-the-go commuters, a convenient drive-thru will also be active seven-days a week!)--
“Like many communities around Seattle, there has been such a loyal Top Pot following by Issaquah residents. We are proud to be able to find a place in the community!”
"Issaquah has long been an area in which we have wanted to open up a cafe," says Top Pot Doughnuts co-founder Mark Klebeck. "Like many communities around Seattle, there has been such a loyal Top Pot following by Issaquah residents. We are proud to be able to find a place in the community!"
Founded in 2002, Top Pot Doughnuts is headquartered in Seattle, Washington. Known for hand-forged doughnuts, fresh roasted coffee, pastries, ice cream and sandwiches, the company owns and operates 13 cafes in the Puget Sound region and is the official coffee and doughnut of the Seattle Seahawks, Seattle Sounders FC and CenturyLink Field. Top Pot is regularly featured on The Travel Channel, Food Network, Rachel Ray, The Cooking Channel and CNBC. In October 2010, President Barack Obama made a personal stop into Top Pot for doughnuts. For more information visit: www.toppotdoughnuts.com.
Top Pot Doughnuts
1200 Westlake Avenue N Suite 713
Seattle, WA 98109 USA