NEW: Red Bike Coffee Roasters to open in former Crestwood Coffee space

Red Bike coffee
Coming soon to Crestwood. (Red Bike Coffee / Facebook)

If you’re looking for a new place to get your caffeine fix, I’ve got great news for you. Irondale coffee roaster Red Bike Coffee is opening a new coffee shop in the former Crestwood Coffee location. Keep reading for the inside scoop on what to expect at the new space.

All about Red Bike Coffee 🚲

Red Bike Coffee at Studio by the Tracks
Community involvement + good coffee? Sign me up. (Red Bike Coffee / Facebook)

Red Bike Coffee is an Irondale-based coffee roaster that small-batch roasts beans to supply at coffee shops, restaurants and grocery stores.

Roaster Jon Robles is passionate about everything that goes into a great cup of coffee—from the beans to the roasting process.

You can check out Red Bike Coffee at:

  • Beehive Baking
  • Books, Beans & Candles
  • Gatos and Beans
  • Marty’s GM
  • Piggly Wiggly (Bluff Park, Crestline, Dunnavant Valley, Clairmont, Homewood + River Run)
  • Sorelle Cafe
  • More!

Thanks to their relationship as the coffee supplier at Crestwood Coffee, when the opportunity to take over the space came, the team at Red Bike Coffee jumped at the chance to open their first brick-and-mortar space.

“We’re a neighborhood coffee shop first and foremost. The thing that’s particularly special about Crestwood is that it’s a cross-section of the community.”

Cristina Frantom, Spokesperson, Red Bike Coffee

Even before opening this neighborhood coffee shop, Red Bike Coffee has been involved in the community in Birmingham—from sponsoring races to supporting Studio By The Tracks.

What to expect ☕

Red Bike Coffee
What kind of coffee will you order at the opening? (Red Bike Coffee / Facebook)

Red Bike Coffee is planning on opening in December, just in time for holiday flavors and cooler weather. The coffee shop will be a cozy spot for neighbors, whether they’re grabbing a cup of coffee before heading to the office or taking a break from remote work.

“The businesses in that shopping center have been through so much during COVID. There have been so many openings and closings, and that particular group of small business owners have really supported each other. We’re really excited to be there with that group of business owners who are supporting the community and each other.”

Cristina Frantom, Spokesperson, Red Bike Coffee

Have any ideas on what you’d like to see in Red Bike Coffee’s new shop? Email and check out their website, Instagram + Facebook for updates.

Cecilia Wood
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