After a six-week closure for a remodel and expansion, the Cutters Point flagship store is set to reopen June 15.
Located at 5500 Olympic Drive in the Olympic Village shopping complex, the location will open at 7 a.m. with prizes for the first 150 people and will offer free coffee and espresso-based drinks all day to customers, said owner and founder Brooke Payne.
The store closed May 1 for a remodel and expansion, adding 1,300 square feet to the location’s original 975 square feet, bringing customers a total of 2,275 square feet to enjoy the company’s signature coffee.
The location will also feature an updated interior, expanded menu and even a conference room available for larger meetings and groups.
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The location was first opened as an Austin Chase Coffee in 1989, the first coffee shop in Gig Harbor. Payne first launched Cutter’s Point at this location in 2000.