Tribe Coffee, Community Building.


On Thursday night I attended the launch of Tribe Coffee’s new speciality cafe and roastery. An exciting evening that saw Jake Easton and Kate Nero’s dream find its magical reality, as they shared their new space at The Woodstock Foundry with friends, old and new.

Their Cafe showcases the incredible MBA Architect Design furniture.


Good coffee is the focus and Jake and partner Bradley Juter have a roastery out back where with the help of big ol’ Bertha, they will find their passion driven coffee perfection.


Products are on sale, and perfect coffee is now well within our reach.


Hanging plants and succulents in coffee mugs make for happy.


Food was served by Munch Box, flavours were delicious and fresh and their presentation and style is spot on. I can see why this is who Jake and Kate are partnering with. Veggie couscous and below chicken wraps. I could lunch like this every day.


Tribe’s collaborators are Benedikt Bookstore, with whom they share the area. They were supported on the night by flowing bubbly, Lindt chocolate, Sir Juice and hot Chilli Cocktails from Primitiv Vodka. (Pic by Ryan Weideman) Also a live mural was being painted as we watched, special touch that.


Jake, Kate and Bradley gave a speech with their underlining message that of the benefits of good relationships, of building a community, and this they have done for sure. This Tribe deserves all the love and support that we can send their way. They do things well, from the heart – and live with passion. You can taste it in the coffee and feel it in the warm atmosphere.


This pic is off the Tribe Coffee website introducing the beautiful people that make up this wonderful team.

For a great cup of coffee and a perfectly social spot to linger, this is the place. Open Monday to Friday 7am – 4pm and Saturday 9am – 1pm.

Personal note – I first met Jake about 10 years ago and have watched how he has followed his heart towards this place. I love the man. You will love the man. And the team that he has surrounded himself with. I am so exited and wish him fulfilled happiness as he continues to inspire and live with passion. Proud to call him friend.

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