About Us

Est.

1993

Welcome! Bus Stop Espresso started in 1993 as a coffee cart on the corner of 65th & 8th NE. In 1995, Bus Stop Espresso moved into the adjacent former Copy Mart and became an Espresso Cafe. Bus Stop Espresso has been a fixture in the Roosevelt neighborhood that has undergone many changes. 

 

Bus Stop Espresso is ever evolving. We are constantly working at providing our customers the best experience possible. We use Mukilteo Coffee, a farm direct, fair trade, sustainable roaster on Whidbey Island. We use only the freshest ingredients for our Gyros, Falafel, Salads, and breakfast sandwiches.   

 

We appreciate you coming to our website and hope to see you in soon! 

 

 

About the Owner

Elias took over at Bus Stop Espresso in October 2013. Born and raised in Seattle, Elias attended and graduated from Blanchet High School and the University of Washington. He was raised in the food business and comes from a long line of restaurateurs. He is very proud to carry on the tradition at Bus Stop Espresso, as well as bringing his own personality to the cafe. His family own's Taki's Mad Greek in the Crown Hill neighborhood of Seattle. Elias is also a musician, performing on keyboards and bouzouki in the Northwest's top Greek band, Takis Dotis and the Mad Greeks. They can be seen every Saturday night at Taki's Mad Greek as well as the Seattle Greek Festival and other events in the Northwest.