Brownsville Coffee in Manhattan, New York.
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 […]
Arrow Coffee Company in Manhattan, Kansas.
We interview Charlie Bird Chef Ryan Hardy.
Intelligentsia’s Herald Square location in midtown Manhattan is now closed, as per the company’s official Twitter account. Sprudge gave the world its first look at the new cafe back in May of 2014, in a feature by Sprudge associate editor Liz Clayton. Eater NYC reported on the closure earlier today, using Twitter and social media for […]
Colorful abstract paintings provided a pretty backdrop for this year’s US AeroPress Championship, which took place at Kim Foster Gallery in Chelsea, New York. The competition was hosted by Brandon Tully of Under Line Coffee, a cafe located just a few doors down from the art gallery, which is owned by Brandon’s wife. A small, intimate […]
In the poppin’-off world of pop-up shops, there are many shades of gray. There are the pseudo-pop-ups roosting for years at a time in shared, sympathetic spaces. There are splashy seasonal toe-dips into other markets. There are fully built-out bars wedged into the escalator nooks of glassy office towers. And then there’s two guys with a […]
Joe Coffee Company opens its twelfth location on East 8th Street in New York City and we take a peek inside.
A few weeks ago we brought some very important news to your attention: the US AeroPress Championship needed a host, in advance of the 2015 World AeroPress Championship in Seattle next month. Today we’re happy to report that the event has found a loving new home at Underline Coffee in Chelsea, on the island of […]
Blue Bottle’s newest New York City outlet quietly arrived 5 weeks ago at ABC Home in Manhattan. Continuing their trend of opening some of the smallest stands and shops in the city (like the diminutive Dean St. storefront in Brooklyn), this Murphy Bed of a kiosk is located among the dry goods of the ABC Market in […]
Sometimes You Have To Work On Christmas (Sometimes).
Have an espresso and do the Bat-tusi.
It’s all happening at La Colombe’s NoHo location.
At Amor y Amargo in Manhattan’s East Village, they’re serving fine coffee cocktails without a jigger of pretension or a pinch of vainglory.
Tiki tiki tiki!