The Sprudge Coffee Guide To Milwaukee

The Sprudge Coffee Guide To Milwaukee

Photo courtesy of Daniel Hoeft. The Good Land, Cream City, Brew City, Small-waukee—a place of many names and a whole lot of personality. Recently dubbed the Midwest’s most underrated city, Milwaukee has finally emerged from Chicago’s wide-cast shadow as its own… Source link

Coffee Project NY Heads To Queens For An Expansive New Cafe & Training Lab

Coffee Project NY Heads To Queens For An Expansive New Cafe & Training Lab

If you’ve never heard of Long Island City, Queens, you might have some mistaken assumptions. You might think it’s a part of Long Island proper, for example—a swath of ocean-proximal suburbia radiating out from Gotham’s sterner streetscapes. And while it’s… Source link

All Are Welcome At Brooklyn’s Babydudes

All Are Welcome At Brooklyn’s Babydudes

Who or what is a babydude? In this context—and cafe—Babydudes is a term of endearment shared by life and business partners Hannah Jacobs and Tali Petschek. The two met while working at a commissary kitchen in New York and eventually opened a cafe named after… Source link

The Sprudge Coffee Guide To Vancouver, Washington

The Sprudge Coffee Guide To Vancouver, Washington

What do you think of when you think of Vancouver? For most Sprudge readers, wherever they might be in the world, the first thing that comes to mind is a teeming Canadian metropolis, a land of creative opportunity, disappointing hockey, and ever-rising rents. But… Source link

springfield illinois coffee guide

A Coffee Drinker’s Guide To Springfield, Illinois

Coffee in Springfield, Illinois? You bet! As one might imagine, specialty coffee is somewhat new here—even with the influence of top-notch coffee shops in Chicago to the north and St. Louis to the south, for a long time Springfield slipped through the cracks,… Source link

Agony And Ecstasy At The World's Largest Starbucks

Agony And Ecstasy At The World’s Largest Starbucks

The roasting machine at the biggest Starbucks in the world is a khaki-colored Probat P25-2 named Charlotte Jackson. The staff—channeling the Kit Kat Klub in black and white, vests and ties, and felted H&M hats cocked in compliance with the Chicago health… Source link

Intelligentsia Expands Into Austin With A Brand New Cafe

Intelligentsia Expands Into Austin With A Brand New Cafe

For years there have been rumors that Intelligentsia was going to open a cafe in Texas. Not just a bigger wholesale presence or a training lab, but an actual Intelligentsia-branded coffee shop. Somewhere. At some point. A location was scouted in Houston, a Director… Source link

A Few Of Our Favorite Moments From The 2019 New York Coffee Festival

A Few Of Our Favorite Moments From The 2019 New York Coffee Festival

We came. We saw. We slurped, spro’d and shotted. The 2019 edition of the New York Coffee Festival was perhaps the event’s biggest, best running yet here on American shores. Long a staple of the London specialty coffee culture thanks to the wildly successful

Inside Boku, Philadelphia's Art Gallery & Coffee Bar Inside An Apartment

Inside Boku, Philadelphia’s Art Gallery & Coffee Bar Inside An Apartment

On a misty Saturday morning, you walk up to a rowhouse in Philly’s sleepy residential neighborhood of Fairmount. The buzzers are labeled with scraps of paper, the handwritten names of tenants. You buzz the first floor. The label is printed in thick, purple script:… Source link

Focused And Refined, Gavel In Indianapolis Is Coffee & Cocktails Under One Roof

Focused And Refined, Gavel In Indianapolis Is Coffee & Cocktails Under One Roof

Just southeast of downtown Indianapolis is Fountain Square, one of seven designated cultural districts in the city. The neighborhood is full of restaurants and art galleries and has grown a reputation as the best place for creative folks to live and work in the… Source link