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Three Graces Coffee
Life & Style

Take a Peek Inside the Prettiest New Coffee Shop in Philadelphia

When Yulee Park was an attorney in New York City, she would regularly decamp to coffee shops to get work done. Fast-forward 12 years: Park […]

Be Well Philly

My Morning Moka Pot Is the Calm Before the Storm

Welcome to Ritual, Be Well Philly’s column of essays about the low-tech, inefficient things we do that pleasurably slow us down. From taking the long […]

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City Life

Here Are All the Businesses That Have Received Money from Philly’s Coronavirus Relief Fund So Far

The City of Philadelphia and the Philadelphia Industrial Development Corporation (PIDC) just released lists of all of the local businesses that have received money from […]

Foobooz

Meet Eeva, ReAnimator Coffee’s New All-Day Cafe and Pizza Restaurant Opening in Kensington

Starting this Saturday, November 9th, ReAnimator Coffee’s naturally-leavened pizza and sourdough concept will pop-up weekly in front of its future home in Kensington. Named Eeva, the […]

Foobooz

Up Your Coffee Game With 6 Cups From Around the World

Welcome to latte season, folks. The cold temperatures have (finally) hit, and the appeal of hot coffee has returned. Before you reach for yet another oat […]

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Foobooz

Boozy Coffee Cocktails Are Everywhere in Philly Right Now

Philly’s cocktail and coffee scenes are soaring right now — so it’s only natural that the two have combined to create great drinks that create […]

Foobooz

Why Is Cold Brew More Expensive Than Regular Coffee?

Like so many millennials these days, I drink cold brew when it’s hot outside. I usually go to Passero’s on Chestnut Street where the cold brew […]

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Foobooz

A Farmer-Driven Coffee Shop Is Coming to Callowhill

The flagship location of Bison Coffee Company will open in the ground-floor retail space at Sixteen Hundred, a newly-restored boutique residential property at 1600 Callowhill […]

Foobooz

ReAnimator Coffee in Kensington to Add a Pizzeria and Natural Wine Bar

Mark Corpus and Mark Capriotti, the coffee mavens behind the ReAnimator Coffee brand (a local coffee roaster with three cafe locations in Philly — four when you include their […]

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Foobooz

Kurant Adds Coffee and Beer, Is Now Kurant Brew & Brew

Kurant Fishtown, the taproom run by Kurant Cider, was rechristened Kurant Brew & Brew earlier this month. Now, we know the reason behind the name […]

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Foobooz

Philly’s First Vietnamese Coffee Roaster Is Popping Up in Spring Arts

Philly just got its first (and only) Vietnamese coffee roaster — and you can taste their brews at a pop-up cafe at 6th and Spring Garden for […]

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Foobooz

Saxbys Just Opened a Student-Run Coffee Shop at St. Joe’s

Coffee chain Saxbys just opened their newest location on the campus of St. Joseph’s University yesterday morning. But at the new spot, student’s won’t just […]

Be Well Philly

We Tried Starbucks’ New Plant-Based Coffee Protein Shakes

We are here for restaurants adding more plant-based stuff to their menus. Vegan and vegetarians deserve to have options everywhere they dine, and it wouldn’t […]

Foobooz

Flow State CoffeeBar Is Just About Ready to Open

Kensington’s newest coffee bar and gelateria is just about ready to open. Flow State CoffeeBar is set to debut at 2413 Frankford Avenue later this week. […]

Foobooz

Elixr Sets Opening Date for New Roastery and Cafe

More than a year after it was announced, Elixr Coffee’s Callowhill location is just about ready to open. June 11th is its tentative opening day. […]