Within 5 years Exchange Specialty Coffee has established itself as one of Adelaide’s best coffee shops and has found it’s way into the hearts of locals while delighting interstate visitors that happen upon it.
Opening it’s doors in 2013, Exchange was the first hospitality enterprise on Vardon Ave, paving the way for other East End favourites NOLA, Mother Vine & The Tasting Room to follow suit.
Expanding operations in 2016 and with a kitchen three times the size of it’s first incarnation, the Exchange team overhauled their original menu as they handed the Head Chef reigns over to James Bendall.
Now in 2018 to mark the 5 year milestone, Exchange Specialty Coffee are getting ready to celebrate with a week long party!
Taking us back to “the good ol’ days” Exchange is promising some serious nostalgic vibes with a THROWBACK Menu that will run throughout the duration of the week. Aside from hinting at the revival of lost favourites the likes of the “Mexibreakfast” and “Boston Beans” Exchange has kept all other menu surprises extremely tight lipped.
With limited edition 5th Anniversary tees & totes available for purchase throughout the week until sold out, you can expect to see a few long time Exchange enthusiasts donning their commemorative threads well into the future.
See below for the rest of the week-long festivities!
SATURDAY 7 JULY – DOUGHNUT DAY
The mysterious team behind Square Peg Doughnuts makes a special comeback, bringing you Adelaide’s best donuts for ONE DAY ONLY!
Be quick as quantities are limited and these babies are sure to spark a serious case of FOMO!
MONDAY 9 JULY – OFFICIAL BIRTHDAY
What’s a Birthday without a BIG OL’ BIRTHDAY CAKE?
Join Exchange as they officially blow out the candles on their HUGE birthday cake being whipped up by The Village Baker.
Pop by for a slice & wish them Happy Birthday!
And if oversized cake isn’t reason enough to journey through, lovers of coffee can immerse themselves within Exchange like never before during a special out-of-hours event.
A Pop-Up Cinema will be taking over the venue from 6.30pm, screening ‘A Film About Coffee’ directed by Brandon Loper