Category: San Francisco

San Francisco’s Noe Valley Coffee Spins Laundromat into Noe Cafe

In the San Francisco neighborhood of Noe Valley, a longstanding laundromat with a quaint coffee bar up front has entered a new cycle. The jumbo-size washers and dryers within...

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A Sightglass to Behold: The SF Company Opens Expansive LA Flagship, Offers Provisions

Sightglass owners Jerad and Justin Morrison’s hard work with a talented new staff in opening an expansive and attractive roastery and restaurant location in Los Angeles has at last...

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Fellow and Mage Launch ComeTogether.coffee to Support Coffee Businesses

As the specialty coffee retail industry heads deeper into the long night of COVID-19 shutdowns and restrictions, the virtual tip jars, GoFundMe campaigns and other community-driven fundraisers are lighting...

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In Coronavirus Response, Blue Bottle Coffee Temporary Closes All 71 US Stores

Blue Bottle Coffee has become the largest United States coffee chain to temporarily close all its retail locations in an effort to mitigate the spread of the coronavirus. The...

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BKON, Enhanced Beverage Solutions and Alto Team Up for Cold Brew Roadshow

Three beverage companies specializing in cold brew have embarked on a six-city roadshow, promising a hot ticket for roasters and retailers seeking to capitalize on the still-growing cold brew...

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Prominent Bay Area Indies Are Joining Starbucks-Backed Reusable Cup Program

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Equator, Sustainable Harvest and Daterra Team Up for B Corp Beans

A trio of progressive specialty coffee companies are teaming up to offer what they’re describing as the first roasted coffee to follow a completely certified B Corp-certified supply chain....

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The Ode Brew Grinder from Fellow Cruises Past $1 Million on Kickstarter

Expanding upon its catalog of premium pourover kettles, manual brewers, drinking vessels, bean containers and more, Fellow has revealed its first machine with moving parts: the Ode Brew Grinder....

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Former California Assemblyman Pleads Guilty to Coffee Shop Money Laundering

A former California State Assembly member and owner of the San Francisco Bay Area’s Metropolitan Coffee and Concession Company (MC2), Terrence Patrick “Terry” Goggin has pleaded guilty to money...

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Blue Bottle Makes Zero-Waste Pledge for All US Cafes by End of 2020

Blue Bottle Coffee is pledging to make all of its United States cafes “zero waste” by the end of 2020. “We are proud to announce an experiment that may not…

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As Wi-Fi Becomes Ubiquitous, Some Cafes Are Still Holding Out

In this age of gig work and remote employment, whereby the lines between coffee shops and co-working spaces are often blurred to near invisibility, the question of whether a...

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