We’re building a new cafe, and we think you’ll love it!
Earlier this year, we mentioned that we’re working on a new project. We’re completely reconstructing a 1500 square-foot space on the ground floor of a historic brownstone at 224 West 79th Street in Manhattan. From the building materials and brewing equipment, to the coffee menu and food offerings, we’re designing a space that will be unlike anything we’ve built before, and a cafe experience we hope will be unlike anything you’ve ever had before!
We’re still several weeks away from opening the doors, but we can’t help our excitement as all the new components begin to fit into place. On the counter, we’ll have a La Marzocco Strada and a beatifully hand-crafted bar for our Kalita pour-over gear—all of this to present our dynamic menu of blended and single-origin coffees that Dan Streetman, our Coffee Director, has been working hard to source. In addition to the coffee, our menu will feature craft beers, a small list of wines and local meats and cheeses. And, to take it all in, we’ll have a back lounge with a skylight and a 10-foot community dining table made of reclaimed wood.
There’s so much more to come, as we prepare to open. We’ll bring you more updates soon! For now, we hope you enjoy the rendering above, courtesy of our friends at LEVENBETTS, who have designed the space.