Kaldi's Coffee (520 South Euclid Avenue) is opening its sixth St. Louis location today on the campus of Washington University. It's open to the public though, not just students, which is good news for everyone. The name, Kaldi's at Farrell, comes from the Farrell Learning & Teaching Center which houses it.
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Kaldi's at Farrell opens at 6:30 a.m. today, and it'll be open Monday through Friday from 6:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. You're out of luck on the weekends -- the learning center is closed then. Kaldi's will offer its full coffee menu at the new location: pourovers, single-origin coffees, espresso and iced coffee.
You'll also be able to get breakfast and lunch there, with a vegetarian menu similar to the location on Demun. All bakery items will be baked fresh on site every morning. Don't forget about the free WiFi.
You can check out photos of the new space as well as the full announcement from Kaldi's here.
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