Coffee Coffee 2.0, The Anti Gentrification Coffee Club and Chris Rhodes at Frieze NY, 2021

Chris Rhodes, Untitled 2019, Frieze New York

Tell your friends Garfield is getting another spot in town. Coffee Coffee is expanding to its second location: Melrose and Larchmont. Bring on the cactus and orange toons.

A donut pop-up once a month is worth the kind of thing you gram about and plan for once a month at Sweet Bloom Coffee Roasters.

The Anti Gentrification Coffee Club, Coffee x Black whose mission is to “make coffee black again” launched a GoFundMe to Return to Africa, the ancestral land of coffee. It met its goal in one day.

Cal Poly Pomona’s students will see a new brand on campus this fall, Scout Coffee Co. The San Luis Obispo location will be the coffee shop’s third.

It took one word to announce the next opening for Omaha’s Archetype Coffee: THIRD.   Pairing Spicy Gochujang Bagels, Breakfast Sammies and pastries with its drink menu, it looks like there is going to be a lot more room for a lot more of the good stuff.

Have you ever pictured having a coffee in an underground glass house? Here’s one. I want to have a coffee for the bar, for the architecture, for the space and for the coffee in a room of glass.

Chris Rhodes photograph appeared in this past weekend’s Frieze New York opening. Rhodes says he photographs what “feels natural, instinctive and real” according to notes from One of the images is Untitled 2019 feature a cup of coffee atop a burgundy saucer with creamers on the side.