Java Journey

April 28, 2017 · Posted In: Coffee & Tea, Encounter, Food & Drink

Like many who guzzle black gold, Sagar Gurung started downing coffee purely for utilitarian reasons. The taste—he could have done without. “I started for the caffeine,” Gurung says. “When I took that first sip, I […]

Weekends are for Waffles

Ben Lueders

The Tea Smith

Tres Johnson

Très Johnson

Culprit Cafe sticks to the basics.

The Corner Creperie

April 25, 2013 · Posted In: Coffee & Tea, Downtown, Encounter, Food & Drink, Restaurants

Derek Olsen pours a careful ladleful of batter onto one of two crêpe griddles, about 16 inches in diameter. Then he lightly spins a sort of crêpe trowel—a wooden dowel T’d with a smaller wooden […]

Legends Comics and Coffee

February 25, 2013 · Posted In: B2B Magazine, Business, Coffee & Tea, Midtown, People On the Rise

“Coffee is one of those things…” David DeMarco, part-owner of Legend Comics and Coffee, pauses as he tries to explain the welcoming qualities of the beverage. “You want to sit and read something? What better […]