Image via Netflix; except the Hubbub part, that was all us.
Celebrate Gilmore Girls fans, not only are you getting four new episodes on Netflix, but the on-demand video service is also converting around 200 coffee shops around the country into Luke’s Diners. In Philadelphia that means all three area Hubbub Coffee locations are converting into Stars Hollow’s favorite morning spot for one day.
The takeover runs from 7 a.m. to noon on Wednesday, October 5th and the first 250 through the door of each location will get a free 12-ounce coffee courtesy of Netflix.
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HubBub Coffee is going back to its mobile roots.
The coffee shop, which started as a truck, is introducing a fleet of Cold Brew Trikes for the summer. The trikes will debut this Sunday, July 12th with a bike trek across Philadelphia. The fleet will find its way through University City (the ride starts at HubBub’s UCity location at 11am), Rittenhouse Square and South Street. However, you can follow the exact path via social media; they’ll update their Twitter and Instagram with the route.
Are these trikes worth tracking? Take it from someone who’s drinking their cold brew as we speak… Yes.
Both trikes will carry one keg of cold-brewed iced coffee. This coffee, created through a partnership with ReAnimator Coffee, brews for 24 hours to develop an expertly crafted cup. And most importantly, it’s cold. Perfect for this weather and not watered down by an excessively large scoop of ice.
Not around this weekend? Chill. The trikes and the cold brew will be around all summer.
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HubBub Coffee opened its third brick-and-mortar location today at 232 Radnor-Chester Road. The coffee shop is the
first second retail opening in the complex that will include branches of honeygrow, Estia Taverna, Pietro’s Coal Oven Pizza and Jimmy John’s.
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