Consumer-Focused CoffeeCon Coming to Chicago, More Cities to Follow

Consumer-Focused CoffeeCon Coming to Chicago, More Cities to Follow

April 9, 2014 2:50 pm

CoffeeCon, a consumer-focused daylong trade show now in its third year, is coming to Chicago this Saturday, April 12. Show director and coffee industry veteran Kevin […]

Giant Mystery Brewer Makes You Network Before You Drink

Giant Mystery Brewer Makes You Network Before You Drink

April 8, 2014 3:03 pm

The Singapore Economic Development Board has created one of the wildest brewing units the world has ever seen: the hulking Coffee Connector. Debuting at the Economist […]

Cafe Grumpy to Open Inside Grand Central Station

Cafe Grumpy to Open Inside Grand Central Station

April 7, 2014 11:45 am

Greenpoint-based roaster and retailer Cafe Grumpy, which already has five neighborhood outposts in New York, is taking over a space in the East terminal of […]

Some of Specialty’s Brightest Minds to Gather at the Coffee Summit in NYC

Some of Specialty’s Brightest Minds to Gather at the Coffee Summit in NYC

March 31, 2014 10:51 am

Monday, April 7, Edible Manhattan and espresso machine manufacturer Breville are teaming up to present The Coffee Summit, a day-long program of panel discussions and […]

Brewklyn Grind Introduces Vibrant Packaging During Clinton Hill Build Out

Brewklyn Grind Introduces Vibrant Packaging During Clinton Hill Build Out

March 24, 2014 12:09 pm

Brewklyn Grind, a Red Hook, Brooklyn-based roastery, has unveiled some of the most splashy coffee packaging you will ever see. The packaging is the first […]

Inside Greenpoint’s Newest Scandinavian Lifestyle Coffee Spot, Budin

Inside Greenpoint’s Newest Scandinavian Lifestyle Coffee Spot, Budin

February 26, 2014 4:15 pm

Most of the press surrounding the opening of Greenpoint’s (Brooklyn) newest high-end Scandanavian specialty coffee spot, Búðin, has focused on its $7 latte (update: $10 […]

Blue Bottle Coffee Opens Boerum Hill Outpost, More to Follow

Blue Bottle Coffee Opens Boerum Hill Outpost, More to Follow

February 24, 2014 10:43 am

Unannounced, Blue Bottle Coffee opened its sixth New York outpost yesterday, on Dean Street in the Boerum Hill neighborhood of Brooklyn. Eater New York reports that […]

Ride. Stop. Sip. Repeat. The Manhattan Subway Station Coffee Map

Ride. Stop. Sip. Repeat. The Manhattan Subway Station Coffee Map

February 7, 2014 9:49 am

Update: The map, which previously covered only Manhattan, now includes Brooklyn and Queens. About a year ago, we reported that the number of small chain […]

One L.A. Coffee Seller’s Celebrity Losses will be a New Yorker’s Gains

One L.A. Coffee Seller’s Celebrity Losses will be a New Yorker’s Gains

February 5, 2014 11:31 am

We all know celebrities have an unhealthy obsession with Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf and Starbucks. Case in point, here’s Jessica Alba with a whole […]

Toast: A Controversial Symbol of the Avant-Garde, or Just Toast?

Toast: A Controversial Symbol of the Avant-Garde, or Just Toast?

January 29, 2014 9:51 am

I have tried to avoid writing about toast — rather, the current “toast movement” — for as long as possible. After all, toast is not new. […]