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Cafe Grumpy

  1. Reasons to Love New York
    You Can Try a Robot-Brewed Pour-Over Coffee at the Chelsea Café GrumpySo new-Brooklyn it hurts. But it’s also mesmerizing fun to watch in action.
  2. Coffee Talk
    Introducing Stand, the Nomadic Coffee Shop That Pops Up in New York RestaurantsThe owners set up during hours when restaurants and shops would otherwise be closed.
  3. The Grub Street Diet
    Ben McKenzie Makes Sure to Eat a Bagel at Least Once a Month“There’s such a wide variety of foods in New York. It’s more of an epicurean kind of place than L.A. People here indulge. I love it..”
  4. The Grub Street Diet
    Josh Lucas Starts Each Day With Café Grumpy’s Biscuits, Feasts at Hometown“I topped of a day of burgers with a Black Angus burger.”
  5. Openings
    Chinatown’s New Immigrants: Why Easternmost Canal Street Is Feeling MoreMappings its recent infusion of hipster grub.
  6. Interviews
    Thank Jack Dorsey and Square’s New Lending Program for the CaféHe launched Square Capital today.
  7. Leftovers
    Sushi Nakazawa Now Open on Sundays; Cans and Conservas at HuertasToday’s Leftovers.
  8. Coming Soon
    Café Grumpy’s Grand Central Terminal Shop Opens TomorrowCortados where there were once frappuccinos.
  9. Empire Building
    Café Grumpy Replacing Starbucks in Grand Central TerminalSo come on, everybody get happy.
  10. Empire Building
    Café Grumpy May Replace Starbucks in Grand Central TerminalIs this the Lena Dunham effect?
  11. Percolated
    Girls-Famous Coffee Shop Café Grumpy Expands to Times SquareA little slice of Greenpoint near the Great White Way.
  12. Holiday Gift Guide 2012
    Slideshow: The Best Cookies to Give as Holiday GiftsThe seasonal offerings from Smile to Go, Milk Bar, and more.
  13. Openings
    Sneak Peek at Café Grumpy, Opening Tomorrow at 13 EssexIt’s the mini-chain’s fourth location.
  14. The Grub Street Diet
    ‘Stiletto Chef’ Candice Kumai Chugs Water, Indulges With Hot Sauce“Bar Method is my favorite healthy habit. I call it ‘the center for hot asses.’ It’s how I can grub and graze all day and still look like a TV host.”
  15. Expansion
    Grumpy’s Growing; Xiao Ye Turns Into TaqueriaChanges are afoot on the Lower East Side.
  16. The Grub Street Diet
    Bon Appétit EIC Adam Rapoport Is Very Picky About His Sandwiches,“I’m kind of an avocado fiend. They’re like nature’s butter.”
  17. Slideshow
    First Look at Cubana Social: Cuban Sandwiches Now and Cuba Libres Soon“Havana meets Brooklyn” in Williamsburg.
  18. Slideshow
    First Look: SCRATCHbread Rises in Bed-Stuy“A miracle got me here, and now it’s time to really start rocking,” says Matthew Tilden.
  19. Quote of the Day
    Grumpy About LaptopsCafé Grumpy’s latest location was built to discourage laptop lingerers.
  20. Cool Beans
    Stumptown and Blue Bottle on WheelsA Williamsburg team is biking around iced coffee from Café Grumpy, Gimme, and more.
  21. Price Check
    Coffee Is Officially As Expensive As Wine NowIntroducing the $12 cup of coffee.
  22. Mediavore
    Tavern on the Green Still Troubled; New Orleans Seafood Is SafePlus: Tavern on the Green remains at impasse, and Gwyneth Paltrow’s restaurant dreams, all in our morning news roundup.
  23. Mediavore
    Unionizing Fresh Direct; Double Windsor Bans BabiesPlus: no more dollar double cheeseburgers at Burger King, and Morimoto on Duane Reade’s sushi, all in our morning news roundup.
  24. Neighborhood Watch
    Film Series at Café Grumpy Roastery; Half-Price Dim Sum and Sushi at ShangPlus: A very old-school Thanksgiving and more, in our regular roundup of neighborhood food news.
  25. Eatiquette
    Are Cafés Cracking Down on Laptop Users?In which coffee shops should you avoid busting out a laptop?
  26. Coffee Wars
    Café Grumpy Will Start Roasting Their OwnSoon, Abraço won’t be the only coffee bar roasting in Greenpoint.
  27. Bookshelf
    It’s BYOB (Bring Your Own Book) at SycamorePlus, what are laptop users working on at Café Grumpy?
  28. Coffee Geek
    Café Grumpy Storms Into Park SlopeGet your buzz in May. Plus, a look at Frankies’ new one.
  29. Openings
    Simon Sips Aims to Be a Worthy Successor to Tasting Room CaféWith the help of the ‘Rolls Royce of espresso makers,’ Simon Mammon hopes to give coffee spots like Abraço a run for their money.
  30. Mediavore
    Mr. Chow Sued for $5 Million; Loans Crush Wannabe ChefsMichael Chow of Mr. Chow is hit with a $5 million lawsuit for skimming tips, demanding “cult-like attention” from staff, and utilizing “degradation as a management technique.” [NYP] Cooking-school graduates are being crushed by their student-loan debts: “The story is always the same. The school convinces the student they are going to be the next Julia Child or Wolfgang Puck, and the student will sign anything.” [NYT] The Smith and Wollensky Restaurant Group finally agrees to be bought out by Patina Restaurant Group [NYT] Related: The Secrets of Steakhouse Riches [Grub Street]
  31. Mediavore
    Bloomberg Boasts of Many Health Department Closures; Rachael Ray BittenBloomberg doesn’t want you thinking the Health Department is slacking off. As a matter of fact, they’re boasting of closing places left and right. [NYP] The B.R. Guest sale finally goes through. [NYP] Related: Does David Burke Come With That Steakhouse? [Grub Street] Mars 2112’s landlord is ready to give them the boot for hosting hip-hop parties. [NYS]
  32. In the Magazine
    One Coffee, One Falafel, and One Yogurt to GoIn the magazine this week, Rob and Robin unveil three humble new restaurants, each good for the kind of pit-stop nourishment needed to get through the day. The East Village’s Taj-Almoulouk is turning out top-notch falafel, Chelsea’s Café Grumpy is pouring good Counter Culture Coffee, and the West Village’s Yoláto is serving up the “gelato of frozen yogurts.” Read more in this week’s bulletin from the Underground Gourmet. Openings [NYM]
  33. Back of the House
    Chefs Tortured by Possible Foie Gras Ban; De Niro Versus Trans Fat• In New Jersey, where a big distributor of foie gras is based, a legislator proposes banning the delicacy. Anthony Bourdain ain’t gonna take it: “It’s like beating up on Julia Child.” [AP] • “Some day a real rain will come and wash all the trans fats off the streets”? Bloomberg attempts to rope Robert De Niro into the debate. [Newsday] • Alain Ducasse moves to the former Lespinasse space in the St. Regis hotel and plans decanters modeled after Louis Vuitton trunks. [NYT] • Ruth Reichl: Coming to a multiplex near you. [NYP] • The new face of caviar: scannable sturgeons and fish biopsies. [NYT] • Starbucks rips off the Egg McMuffin. [Dow Jones] • Greenpoint’s Café Grumpy rents its back room out to hipstervangelists. [NYDN] • Del Posto, Craftsteak, and Buddakan called out as the principal hells of the meatpacking district: “The assholes are eating assholes. The cocks are eating coxcombs.” [Gawker]