Tully’s drive-thru opens

Now open, Tully’s Coffee drive-thru will hold a grand opening at its new location at 3077 78th Avenue S.E. on Nov. 17.

Now open, Tully’s Coffee drive-thru will hold a grand opening at its new location at 3077 78th Avenue S.E. on Nov. 17.

The new store, the first drive-thru ever for Tully’s, is at the former location of R&R Espresso in the Rite Aid parking lot.

The drive-thru will open at 6 a.m. On Nov. 17, they will offer free pastries to the first 100 customers and have giveaways, including Tully’s gift cards up to $25.

Customers who mention that they saw the story about the new Tully’s drive-thru in the Mercer Island Reporter will get 50 cents off their coffee order. The original Island Tully’s, between Sunset Highway and S.E. 27th Street, will also have coupons for the new location.

 

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