Demanding "a coffee" can cost five times more than saying, "Hello, a coffee please."
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The owners want their new café to appeal to every one of their neighbors — morning commuters, discriminating diners, picnic-packers, parents, toddlers, laptop-toting freelancers, and all.
It's one of the handsomest coffee shops in the city.
It strikes the perfect balance between cozy and industrial.
Two Hands, Bluestone Lane, and Brunswick.
Goat's milk, housemade almond milk, and non-homogenized Jersey cow's milk.
"We worked with our WiFi provider to make sure it won't happen again."
The Santa Cruz–based company will be here for three months.
Things got extra jittery for a moment there.
The socialite and entrepreneur says it'll likely happen within the year.
You have to kiss like you mean it.
A little slice of Greenpoint near the Great White Way.
Someone needs a double shot of espresso.
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The borough's top "coffices."
Café Grumpy's latest location was built to discourage laptop lingerers.
Especially at Pulino's and Coffee Shop.
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Winston's Cafe opens as a stopgap while owner Jim Stephens struggles to serve booze.