An original queen anne coffee shop
cuban-inspired coffee & fare, crafted with locally sourced ingredients.
1825 QUEEN ANNE AVENUE NORTH
1825 QUEEN ANNE AVENUE NORTH
El Diablo Coffee Co. has been a fixture in the Queen Anne neighborhood for 15+ years, providing a gathering place for locals and more.
We've partnered with Tony's Coffee out of Bellingham, Washington, to serve El Diablo Coffee's customers unique, artisan coffee roasts, including carefully composed blends and single-origin offerings.
And our menu reflects this same dedication. We maintain a full-course menu, ripe with seasonality, including sandwiches, snacks, and espresso drinks highlighting Cuban flavors and fixtures, from our famous Mexican Chocolate Mocha to our traditional Cuban Sandwich.
And interior design of El Diablo Coffee Co. by A.M. Spence Interiors.
$1 off beer
$2 off wine
chips and pico de gallo $3
chips and guacamole $5
brisket quesadilla $6
A blend of beet and pomegranate steamed with milk and a touch of vanilla and cardamom
Devil's Cold Brew
Cold brew topped with a cold vanilla foam.
Lavender White Mocha
House lavender syrup paired with white chocolate, espresso, and steamed milk.
House syrup, sparkling water, and cream.
Available flavors: blueberry, cherry vanilla, ginger peach, and raspberry.
Cucumber Mint Lime Kombucha
Keg exclusive from GT’s Kombucha.
El Diablo Coffee Co. welcomes hosting your next event. From baby showers to weddings, the El Diablo Coffee Co. upstairs can accommodate parties up to 100; with a fireplace, functional bar, and covered outdoor deck to compliment your upcoming experience. With natural cascading light and organic textures and treatments throughout, the space is designed to reflect your aesthetic.
What: Always follow the golden rule. Model and support others in their goals to be better and do better as we endeavor to do so ourselves by being humble, open, and honest. Create a safe place where people feel like they belong regardless of gender, race, origin or orientation.
Why: Our cafes exist to create community, and community is created around people.
How: Have empathy and respect in everything we do. Support the neighborhood and community. Provide employees with support, fair pay, growth opportunities and ownership. Be honest with our mistakes and learn from them. “If you don’t love yourself, how the hell are you gonna love somebody else?” -RuPaul
What: Deliver a quality product that is handmade when possible, responsibly sourced, and always improving.
Why: When we are proud of the products we serve, our customers notice.
How: Create ownership among staff to take pride in their work. Find new products, or new ways to prepare existing products, to improve our menu.
What: Be responsible with resources by managing them well, and reduce waste wherever possible.
Why: Being a responsible member of the community means paying attention to the well-being of our environment.
How: Reduce the number of consumables in the cafe through encouraging reusable cups, switching to compostable, and reducing the power and water use in the store.
What: Create a fun working environment for staff that encourages self-expression and engages customers.
Why: A positive work environment increases employee happiness, engages customers, reduces employee turnover, and increases productivity.
How: Hire positive people. Find methods for improving work life. Always be positive in front of customers while maintaining authenticity.
What: Create and manage a business model that both furthers our values and makes a profit. Lead by example and provide a culture of support.
Why: A successful business allows us to achieve the rest of our pillars.
How: Be profitable. Have resources available for employees. Maintain a stable workforce. “Run the numbers.” Keep on top of a changing market. Work collaboratively with staff (on all levels) to make decisions to create an open space where opinions, thoughts, and ideas are valued. Lead by example.