A sweet, unique Italian specialty is available at — where else? — Eataly.
"That’s what you get for going to the café with all the cute people, for going there because there are cute people. Wham you see your ex, not that you can call that person an ex..." Mission-based writer Michelle...
Sure it's in Queens, but they've got Joan Jett on vinyl.
Plus: Polish bagels, world hunger, and round eggs, all in our morning news roundup.
It's called StarStream, and it opens at 14th and Harrison on October 21.
A fictional mockumentary about the Coffee Wars of San Francisco.
Plus Green Eggs Cafe's new location will have a takout counter, and OFC Realty is becoming OFC Cafe, all in our roundup of neighborhood news.
The Filter is a GPS-enabled coffee map from 'Times' caffeine guru Oliver Strand.
Plus a federal advisory panel is leaning towards endorsing genetically modified salmon, and a Kentucky man claims too much coffee led him to strangle his wife, all in our morning news roundup.
Plus 56 food recalls affected Pennsylvania since food-safety legislation hit a roadblock in Congress, and Joe Biden handed out hot dogs on the Colbert Report last night, all in our morning news roundup.
A ban once set to expire gets recharged, while Angelenos may have to forget about Nancy Silverton and Susan Feniger at the airport.
Plus a former Wing Bowl champ loses in the National Buffalo Wing Festival, and vegetable-based dishes are trendy, all in our morning news roundup.
Nespresso finally opens its Soho boutique, and another European coffee brand is on its way.
Grindcore brings cool art and coconut milk to Philly.
Three new coffee houses are competing for customers with two long established ones on College Avenue.
This will be L.A.'s third location of the Starbucks-targeting franchise.
We can't keep track of every new artisanal roaster/coffee bar, and we don't even really understand what "third wave" means when it comes to coffee. But Mission Local has provided a very handy PDF map of all the caffeine filling...
Plus BBQ and blues are coming to University City, and Turkish coffee will perk up Girard Avenue, all in our roundup of neighborhood news.
Plus artisanal ice cream makers struggle to justify high prices, and cloned meat was sold in the U.K., all in our morning news roundup.
Jeremy Ingram and Parker Martin are building on the success of their Downtown coffee bar.