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  1. the top line
    Coronavirus Has Changed How We Drink CoffeeWhat has been bad for Starbucks has been good for Folgers.
  2. Marine Le Pen Got Coffee in Trump Tower TodayThe far-right French presidential candidate didn’t meet with Trump, but she did share a cup of joe with one of his close associates.
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    Norway Is LitAlso, they have snow.
  4. Give Up Your $4 Latte, Get Rich?Everything wrong with middle-class America’s finances, in one long rant about espresso. 
  5. terrible excuses
    People Make a Lot of Claims About Coffee’s Benefits and ProblemsHere’s a new one.
  6. parenting
    The ‘Babyccino’ Is Sweeping BrooklynYes, that’s a coffee drink for kids.
  7. bons mots
    Willie Geist Is Not Proud of His Morning Joe Beverages“I’m not a coffee drinker so my drink is kind of like a girlie skim chai latte.”
  8. russian spies they’re just like us
    Russian Spies Met at Fort Greene Coffee Shop, Grumbled About Work StuffThey were just like us!
  9. sad things
    Designer of Iconic Anthora Coffee Cup Passes Away“As vivid an emblem of the city as the Statue of Liberty.”
  10. the sports section
    Joba Chamberlain Breaks XBox GuitarsWe catch up with the Yankee pitcher and ask him about his favorite pastime that isn’t baseball.
  11. photo op
    Howard Schultz Wants to Buy You a Drink We’re told Starbucks is giving away free iced coffee today. We’re told this is happening all across the city. We’re told it only goes till noon. So: Get moving! Quick! (Psst, there’s no line at Madison and 49th.)
  12. grub street
    It’d Be Better With Oompa-Loompas Looks like Max Brenner, the nonexistent “Bald Man” of high-concept choco-bar infamy, has started a trend: Call it the Willie Wonka–fication of the coffeehouse experience. The weirdness continues at the Roasting Plant, where freshly roasted coffee beans are sucked out of transparent vessels through overhead pipes and into a souped-up espresso machine. We’re as baffled as anyone, but we also have to grudgingly admit that the shop’s main attraction, a Rube Goldberg–meets–H.R. Giger device, looks pretty damn cool. And, who knows, perhaps the beans do stay fresher this way. We’ll let Rob and Robin provide further explanation over at Grub Street. The Roasting Plant’s Coffee Beans Dance Overhead [Grub Street]