A cold brew and whiskey soaked review of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast.
A catalog of every mention of coffee in Netflix’s Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life.
The first annual illy International Coffee Awards at the United Nations in New York, New York.
No more flat whites.
There’s no better argument against a Gilmore Girls pop up cafe than the simple fact that Luke Danes would never stand for it. The surly owner of Stars Hollow’s “Luke’s Diner” would certainly go ballistic over his name and likeness being used for a major national ad campaign, let alone one as hastily assembled as […]
We sneak in coffee to a screening of Suicide Squad.
Eric J. Grimm sees the moving pictures and drinks coffee by the pitcher.
Film review for The Revenant.
About a year ago, I was walking in the East Village when I ran into Cindy, a former customer I hadn’t seen in years. Though I had been determined to find a friend’s coffee shop so I could use the facilities, I wanted to catch up with Cindy because she was the kind of customer […]
I must admit I’m not the ideal person to cover a pop-up coffee shop dedicated to the twentieth anniversary of Friends, one of the most popular sitcoms in television history. I was certainly one of the 52.46 million viewers who watched Rachel and Ross finally get together for-real-no-take-backsies, but it was maybe the tenth episode I’d […]
Feature by Eric J. Grimm.
Eric J. Grimm on the drone of youth & the hum of the grinder.
Sometimes You Have To Work On Christmas (Sometimes).
By the incomparable Eric J. Grimm.
Eric J. Grimm reviews coffee’s next big movie.