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Financial District »

The coffee shop, which has four other locations, will open inside 8 Spruce St. later this year.

Prospect Heights »

The Vanderbilt Avenue "dessert speakeasy" closed this week; two new sweet shops are set to open nearby.

Fort Greene »

A new Starbucks is slated for 394 Myrtle Ave., where former discount store Home & U was located.

Flatiron »

The M23 bus driver was treated for burns at an area hospital after the Flatiron attack, police said.

Greenwich Village »

Madman Espresso's new Greenwich Village spot is its third location in Manhattan.

Sunnyside »

Vilma Farrell runs Lampada, where she crafts the shades out of woven coffee filters she recycles.

Crown Heights »

DNAinfo rounded up 17 coffee shops in Crown Heights, many of which moved to the neighborhood recently.

Crown Heights »

Colina Cuervo will open on Nostrand Avenue in the next month, its owner said.

Crown Heights »

The owners of Franklin Avenue's Breukelen Coffee House hope to open their new restaurant in April.

Astoria »

Astoria Coffee and the Astoria Bookshop are teaming up to host the Drunk Vocab Bee on Saturday.

Fort Greene »

Both locations closed in the last week, according to signage posted on the coffee shops' doors.

Crown Heights »

The cafe is designed for the laptop set with plenty of outlets and big tables, its owners said.

Carroll Gardens »

The quaint cafe at Henry and Sackett streets will close "Saturday for good," an employee said.

Ditmars »

Locus opened its doors Jan. 2 at 23-14 Ditmars Blvd., serving coffee and crepes.

Financial District »

Chopping Block, at 41 John St., serves sandwiches and salads with roasted ingredients.