A New Coffee Spot in Town
Cappuccino, expresso, lattes oh my! These are only a few of the caffeine infused concoctions made at the cute Tribeca cafe shop on worth street. Not another Starbucks, this inspired coffee shop came from owner and coffee connoisseur Jodi, who love the bean she just had to share in this neighborhood.
This new Tribeca establishment garners the best coffee from all over world—from the likes of Ethiopia to Brazil. With the savvy Slayer machine–the only one of its kind in New York, along with the Clover brewing style, they can whip up a cup of your favorite drink in 45 seconds.
Whether it’s the very fruity Ethiopian coffee, with red and blueberry aromas or the Vietnamese concoction made with sweetened condensed milk, expresso, French roasted coffee and doplets of foam, its bittersweet chocolate after taste is a must-taste.
Looking for a coffee reprieve on a hot NYC summer day, head in for the rich, coffee milkshake gelato–its thick, cold brewed concentrate in vanilla, dark chocolate, caramel or cinnamon, is made with milk and absolutely sinful.
Compliment your sweet coffee aroma with one of their fresh pastries or cookies in peanut butter, chocolate chip, double chocolate, hazelnut or oatmeal chocolate. Pull up a seat, read a good book, use the wifi or just relax with pals.
Want to know how it’s done? RBC NYC is hosting “Coffee as a Culinary Medium.” On June 24, from 7pm – 9pm, five expert baristas will present the signature drink they created for this year’s regional and national competitions. Tickets are $20 to sample a flight of all five drinks. Partial proceeds will be donated to Coffee Kids, a non-profit organization that provides aid to coffee farming families all over the world.