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Yorkville »

The company is opening its fifth New York City coffee house in the spring of 2016.

Greenwich Village »

Stop scaring your cats with cucumbers, people.

Upper East Side »

With the city's first coffee festival happening this weekend, we investigate the drink's local history.

Bed-Stuy »

Subaltern Coffee Co. will set up shop in the mornings at the Tompkins Avenue bar.

Upper West Side »

A slew of new bakeries are opening, specializing in challah, 4-foot pizzas and fresh baguettes. 

Kips Bay »

A London-based coffee festival is coming to New York for the first time, its organizers said.

Concourse »

The XM Cafe was originally scheduled to open in early August for four days a week.

Prospect-Lefferts Gardens »

The owner of the new Nostrand Avenue shop hopes to sell products from his family's Catskills farm.

Concourse »

The cafe will move into 260 E. 161st St., right across from the Bronx Hall of Justice.

Williamsburg »

The West, known for spearheading a campaign against Starbucks, wants to clean up the street.

Mott Haven »

The cafe opened in June but was not making a profit, according to Lovie Pignata, who ran the shop.

Boerum Hill »

The bakery features pastries, gelato, cakes, coffee and backyard seating.

Prospect-Lefferts Gardens »

The officer suffered first-degree burns from the July 19 run-in, prosecutors said.

Astoria »

Gossip Coffee opened Monday at 37-04 30th Ave. with pastries by a celebrity chef and a rice pudding bar.

Concourse »

The museum received more than 300 submissions and now wants the public to choose the winner.