From Edgartown to Boston, from country wood posts to exposed steel beams, but not to worry, the lattes will stay the same.

For the past 18 years, Espresso Love has been an Edgartown fixture with its coffee, sandwiches and baked goods. Sometime early next year, Bostonians will be able to experience a bit of the Island on the mainland as Espresso Love opens a second location in downtown Boston.

Owners T.J. and Carol McManus plan to open a new 2,000-square-foot space on Broad street in the financial district, a few blocks away from Faneuil Hall.

“We’ll be doing almost everything the same as we do in Edgartown, just the design of it will be a little bit different,” Mr. McManus said on the phone from Boston this week. “Edgartown is a little country. This will have more of a city feel to it,” he added.

The idea took root when Islander Jim Shane approached Mr. McManus a few years ago about space in his building on Broad street. The space became available this past August. “He said the tenants are moving so let’s make it happen,” Mr. McManus said. “It’s one of those things that kind of just started.” He also said: “We’ve always wanted to have other locations, always wanted a more year-round business,” Mr. McManus said. “The Island is such a summer business. I wanted something more consistent to run.”

Mr. McManus said the project has been eye-opening for a person used to doing business on a sleepy Island.

“There’s the bureaucracy of a city [to deal with], compared to in Edgartown where I can go over to the town hall and talk to the person I need to and walk them over and say, this is what I want to do,” Mr. McManus said. “It’s definitely a little bit harder.”

He said he the Boston Neighborhood Restaurant Initiative helped him coordinate permitting.

“We’ve just been hashing it out. It’s been fun,” he said. “It’s an experience, I’ll tell you that.”

An opening night party is being planned, and Mr. McManus hopes some of his Vineyard customers will make the trip up north to E-Love B-Town, as some are calling it.

Meanwhile, Mr. McManus said the flagship Edgartown location of Espresso Love will remain open for business as usual this winter.

“Carol [McManus] and others will be there manning the ship,” he said.