Treos opened today in Old Town in the space formerly occupied by Tully’s. After a dramatic remodel, the cafe has been transformed with cool colors, gorgeous glass tile and modern decor.
Although the space remains a coffee shop, you can also enjoy wine by the glass, craft beer on tap, sandwiches by Mike’s East Coast Sandwiches, pastries and a variety of flatbreads made in-house.
I stopped by and sampled their goat cheese and chorizo flatbread ($10). It was flavorful, with thick-cut chorizo, tangy goat cheese and was big enough to share.
Although it was their first day officially open, service was fast and friendly. I expect they’ll work out their kinks soon and soon become a favorite in Old Town for a quick lunch or bite after work.
A second location is opening soon at 1201 South Union in Tacoma.
Treos | 2312 N. 30th Street, Tacoma | 253 212-2287 | Open Monday-Thursday, 5 a.m.-9-ish p.m., Friday-Saturday, 5 a.m.-10-ish p.m., Sunday 6 a.m.-9-ish p.m.
This is a great shop! I’ve tried a couple of their flatbreads already and they’re unlike any I’ve ever experienced. They are simply superb and you just can’t eat them fast. You’ll find yourself savoring every bite, longing for all the different tastes in the next bite, and the next. If you want the best bite, taste, and service, I encourage you to experience Treos. It is truly refreshing!