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The coffee Gods have aligned and brought together two of our favorites from the coffee industry: Handsome Coffee Roasters and Joe the Art of Coffee. For two days, Handsome co-founder Michael Phillips is running the coffee bar at Joe’s Pro Shop in Chelsea (131 West 21st Street, between 6th and 7th Avenues). Phillips will be on the bar today, from 8am-11am, and is hosting a public cupping tomorrow at 10am.
While this hookup won’t last until the end of summer, or the weekend for that matter, it is one you certainly don’t want to miss.
No, I’m not talking about the early AM hours of a frat house. I’m talking about a one-of-a-kind breast cancer fundraiser going down tonight at Joe the Art of Coffee’s Pro Shop in Chelsea (131 West 21 Street, between 6th and 7th Avenues). You can help raise money by entering the $20 latte art contest or, if you’re like me and can barely brew French press coffee, you can make a donation and enjoy free beer, coffee, and help raise money for a noble cause.
Contest sign-ups begin at 7pm, and the first pour is at 7:30pm. See you there! (photo courtesy of Sprudge.com)
Beginning today and running through August 24, Handsome Coffee Roasters and its founder, World Barista Champion Michael Phillips, will dole out free iced coffee at Brooks Brothers’ new Flatiron Store at 901 Broadway (corner of East 20th Street) from 2pm-5pm. I always imagined Brooks Brothers as a hunting-dog-and-single-malt-on-the-rocks kinda place but, hey, I’m not one to turn down free iced coffee. (photo courtesy of the Greenists)
I guess expanding the most successful craft coffee chain in the City to Philadelphia wasn’t enough, so Joe decided to add “roaster” to its repertoire of coffee genius. Joe now roasts 10% of its beans on Thursday–the rest come from … Continue reading