Best coffee around (imo), and the most consistently bad customer service I have ever experienced. Nearly everyone there has a snotty attitude, and acts as though you owe them your life just for...
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When we opened, we decided to use Fair Trade and organic certifications. We didn’t do this for the certifications themselves; we wanted fair prices and working conditions for coffee farmers and laborers. We also wanted coffee that was grown in an environmentally responsible manner. We wanted to take responsibility for what we sold in our stores.
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There was lots if available seating on a monday night--very big place. The downfall of this place is the coffee (sadly). I asked for my usual cappuccino and was extremely disappointed. What I...
Definitely not the best quality coffee/cafe foods in New York, or even the neighborhood. But I'm a fan because they are one of the few places with organic tea that isn't generic Twinnings or some...
Decent coffee. No seating. Terrible artwork on the walls with cliche hipster life-affirming slogans such as "carpe fuckin' diem" and "live loud."But what I really have a problem with is the...
This is my typical breakfast spot because it's along my way to campus. Bagels stop at 10:45 but they run out of wheat and everything bagels sometimes :(. The last one to go is sesame... I like...
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