Monday, February 21, 2005

Bothell Abuzz Over New Java Offering

BigFoot JavaResidents and frequent visitors of Bothell are becoming more excited by the day about the latest big thing to brew its way straight to the heart of their town: 24-hour drive-thru java, manifesting itself in a form known as "BigFoot Java." In spite of not even being open yet, the Tacoma-based supplier of the addictive black juice is already generating quite the buzz.

Though BigFoot will become the fifth drive-thru coffee stand in the quarter-mile radius centered at the intersection of SR-522 (Bothell Way) and SR-527 (the Bothell-Everett "Highway"), area residents welcome it with open arms. Judith Furston appreciates it for the convenience it will offer: "Sometimes on my way home from work, just as I'm turning off of the Bothell-Everett highway, I'm suddenly hit with a very immediate need to get my coffee fix. It will be nice when BigFoot is there, so I won't have to drive another entire block before I can get my hands on some caffine."

Coffee Shops in BothellLike Furston, most locals agree that the quaint java hut with the Northwest theme will offer much-needed convienence, variety, and diversity. On-the-go couple Hunter Thomson and Dakota Bristol are especially thankful for the diversity. "After a while, The Yuppie Cup, Espresso Connection, Caffe Ladro, and the Chevron Espresso stand just start to get old, you know? It's about time Bothell got an espresso upgrade," Hunter explained.

Poised to open in the coming weeks, BigFoot Java is on track to usher in a new age of enlightened, Northwest-themed, coffee culture to the quiet Seattle-area town.

Source: Puget Sound Business Journal
Categories: Local, Culture, Capitalism, Humor


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