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Crop to Cup Cafe
Nearby Subway Stops
2, 3, 4, 5 at Borough Hall
This venue is closed.
Crop to Cup Coffee Co. is a Brooklyn-and-Chicago-based coffee importer and distributor whose retail presence has been limited to the Brooklyn Flea—until now. Now, Taylor Mork opens Crop to Cup Cafe, showcasing his Uganda-grown, Brooklyn-roasted beans in an Atlantic Avenue storefront that will function as a retail co-op managed and curated by its members. Everything but the espresso machine will be for sale, including antique furniture and its contents: Armoires will be filled with clothes, and shelves will be stocked with flower teas and locally produced groceries like McClure’s Pickles and Early Bird granola. There are plans to launch a daily set menu with ingredients supplied by Basis, the farm-to-chef distributor that’s using the space as a drop-off point for its home-delivery service. Until then, expect pastries from Kumquat Cupcakery and a range of coffee drinks: espresso, drip, French press, and single-serve cups made with au courant gadgets like Clever Coffee Drippers and Hario drippers from Japan.
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