Category: interior design

Red Bay Coffee Opens Big Beautiful Flagship Cafe at Oakland HQ

Two years after relocating its headquarters into a three-story, 11,000-square-foot former bank building on a busy corner in Oakland, California, Red Bay Coffee Roasters this month celebrated the opening...

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Stoble Coffee Roasters Opens Inspired Roastery Cafe and Co-Working Space in Chico

Drawing upon inspiration on design and service from numerous other California coffee companies, Stoble Coffee Roasters has opened a multi-level coffee mecca in Chico. A four-year buildout on a...

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Design Details: Thousands of Plastic Bottles Hidden in Plain Sight at Kōkako

Gazing at the various shades of hardwood, signature blue surfaces and dizzying array of cutting-edge coffee equipment, it might be easy to lose sight of the nearly 9,000 plastic...

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Not Spending Time at Coffee Shops Can Drain Our Collective Creativity

While the pandemic has caused thousands of small businesses to temporarily close or shutter for good, the disappearance of the corner coffee shop means more than lost wages. It also...

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No Rest For The Wicked: Michigan’s Sabbath Coffee Roasters Opened on Halloween

With the official grand opening of its Clawson, Michigan, roastery cafe coinciding with the spooky Blue-moon Halloween weekend, Sabbath Coffee Roasters got to work offering guests fresh cups served...

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Felix Roasting Co. Opens Ornate Second Bar in NYC’s SoHo

Rising to meet the immediate challenges brought upon by the COVID-19 pandemic while also supporting the current movements against police brutality and systemic racism in the United States, New...

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The Breaks Coffee Roasting Co. Perseveres to Open First Shop in Sioux Falls, SD

Shutdowns, health hazards and drastic drops in business are just some of the tough breaks faced by coffee companies trying to grow in the COVID-19 era. Yet in the face…

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Libations Flow from the Liberation Coffee House at LA’s LGBT Center

In 1971, the Los Angeles LGBT Center, then known as the Gay Community Services Center, opened its first “Liberation House,” offering room and board for $1.50 a day for...

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Stereoscope Coffee Adds Depth to Orange County with Second Shop

Even through masks and plexiglass barriers, customers at Stereoscope Coffee Co.‘s second retail shop in Newport Beach, California, are treated to a deep sensory excursion. Not only is there...

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