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Fueling Kansas
City for 30 Years

It’s our birthday, and we’re celebrating You.

We’re celebrating your innovation, imagination, and impact. Kansas Citians don’t stop with, ‘maybe someday.’ They take a sip and make it happen. And in three decades together, we've made a difference.

When Danny O’Neill founded The Roasterie in his basement thirty years ago, he knew an incredible cup of coffee could spark something bigger. And it did. The Roasterie has become an iconic brand that fuels an entire city of movers and makers.

And we’re turning our attention to you – the incredible people fueled daily by The Roasterie and their passion for making the world a better place.

30th Anniversary
Give Back Blend 

Purchase the 30th Anniversary Give Back Blend, and 10% of the sale, up to $30,000, will be donated back to Kansas City’s nonprofits

Nonprofit 30 for 30

There’s no better way to mark this milestone than to continue our legacy of giving back to the Kansas City community. Please help us as we give cash, coffee, volunteer time, and recognition to 30 deserving nonprofits in KC.

Our nomination period has closed – thank you for all the submissions!

Check back in June to learn more about the 30 incredible organizations our Roasterie team selects to support as we give cash, coffee, volunteer time, and well-deserved recognition.

Take a flight down memory lane.


Danny O’Neill visits Costa Rica as an exchange student and picks his first coffee. The coffee tree, coffee production, and roasting inspire him.


Danny gets his first roaster and begins roasting coffee in his basement. The Roasterie becomes official, and the first sale is made!


Norm joins Danny as the second employee at The Roasterie. They moved out of the basement and into The Roasterie’s first factory location at 1519 Cherry on July 10, 1994.


The Roasterie factory outgrows its spaces and moves to 2601 Madison in Kansas City.


The first Roasterie Café opens in Brookside.


The Factory relocates to its current location at 1204 W. 27th Street off Southwest Boulevard.


The Roasterie Leawood Café opens!


The DC-3 plane, named Betty after Danny’s mother, is added to the Factory’s roof.


The Roasterie Factory Café opens!


The Roasterie’s cold brew canning line is installed at the factory, producing all cold brew in-house.


The Roasterie Woodside Café opens!


A first of its kind in North America, a new generation of single-serve pod machine is installed at The Roasterie Factory.