Window Coffee Bar is making some changes this year, recently announcing a new location coming to Phoenix at 903 W. Camelback Rd.
Owners Marcus Sanchez and Homero Medrano have made a splash in the Phoenix community since opening its doors in 2021. Unfortunately, the company has decided to close its Coronado site but is planning two more locations. First, Window Coffee Bar will open a new location on Camelback Road in the former home of Goldberg & Osborne. Sanchez tells What Now Phoenix he expects to open this location sometime next month, featuring a drive-thru and an inside space for customers.
Next, the company will open a second location at The Royale at 635 W. Glenrosa Avenue. What Now Phoenix had previously reported on this location, expecting it to open by the end of last year. Now, Sanchez tells the publication this site will hopefully open this summer, likely in July or August 2023. Other tenants at this shopping center include Cult Hair Salon & Spa, Stem Swag, Rocco Designs, Yumbar, Lix Uptown Ice Cream, and more.
When these locations open, customers can expect more food offerings and fresh juice, according to Sanchez. He says the company will offer its usual pastry and bagel lineup and will have online ordering and mobile orders available for both locations. The new Window Coffee bars will also have a new loyalty program where customers can earn free drinks and some new retail merchandise.
We pride ourselves in serving our customers next-level coffees, teas, and baked goods, all sourced from local vendors,” according to the company’s website. “We have a similar system as the “big guys” but on a much smaller scale. I feel especially proud of our business, though, because not only are we serving up great products; we are supporting local workers and interacting with the community with our neighbors. We want anyone who visits Window to have options to choose from, so we proudly offer alternative milks as well as gluten-free and/or vegan food items. When you support our business, you are helping to support the community as well.”