Here are the newest places to check out the next time you're on the hunt for a cafe in New York City.
'NEW YORK (HOODLINE) — Looking for the best new cafes in New York City? (Photo: Coffee Rx/ Yelp via Hoodline) RELATED: ‘Tea Is Everything’ For Couple Behind Bed-Stuy Sanctuary Brooklyn Tea These spots will satisfy all your coffee and tea cravings. Here are the newest places to check out the next time you’re on the hunt for a cafe. Coffee Rx 505 Rogers Ave., Prospect Lefferts Gardens (Photo: Coffee Rx/ Yelp via Hoodline) Coffee Rx is a coffee and tea spot. This new business offers an array of classic espresso and tea drinks, like cappuccinos and chai, as well as specialty drinks, like an iced latte infused with lavender. If you’re hungry, the cafe serves breakfast items like pastries, waffles and omelets; and for lunch, there are sandwiches and wraps. The space also features outdoor seating and family-friendly touches, like a small library of children’s books. Yelp users are excited about Coffee Rx, which currently holds five stars out of four reviews on the site. Yelper Tara V., who reviewed the business on June 12, wrote , “I LOVE this new cafe in Prospect Lefferts Gardens! Probably my new favorite spot! I’ve been here a couple times since they opened, and their coffee is excellent.” Jess B. noted , “They have a great mix of traditional coffee shop choices and more fun specialty drinks (e.g., lavender latte). There is a large space in the back with tables for hanging out, as well as high chairs and board books for the kiddos. Staff is very friendly!” Coffee Rx is open from 7 a.m.–5 p.m. on weekdays and 8 a.m.–6 p.m. on weekends. White Noise Coffee Co. 57 Smith St., Downtown Brooklyn (Photo: Jenny L./ Yelp via Hoodline) White Noise Coffee Co. is a coffee and tea spot. This second location of the business (the original location is in Flushing) offers a stylish space for guests to enjoy hot and cold drinks, as well as light brunch fare. According to its website , “White Noise Coffee Co. believes in showcasing the performance of the barista and providing a home for guests to relax, work, socialize and enjoy a nice cup of coffee.” Stop in for a Kyoto-style cold brew and a peanut butter, jelly and ricotta sandwich. Yelp users are excited about White Noise Coffee Co, which currently holds 4.5 stars out of 34 reviews on the site. Yelper Zoe J., who was one of the first users to visit the cafe on June 12, wrote , “Plenty of space, nice coffee guys, soft benches, laptop-friendly, great non-distracting music, cool futuristic vibe that isn’t too sterile. Perfect spot for writing your wacky sci-fi pilot.” Maggie Y. noted , “Adorable coffee shop in Brooklyn. Very quiet, and lots of space to work.” White Noise Coffee Co. is open from 7 a.m.–7 p.m. daily. Paris Baguette 1270 Lexington Ave., Upper East Side (Photo: marianne w./ Yelp via Hoodline) Paris Baguette is a cafe and bakery. The South Korean-based chain, which has shops across the New York City region and around the world, sells traditional French pastries, from croissants to financiers and more. This location also offers a selection of coffee, tea and espresso drinks, as well as savory sandwiches and quiches. With a 3.5-star rating out of seven reviews on Yelp, Paris Baguette is still finding its way, but it’s early days. Yelper Marianne W., who reviewed Paris Baguette on May 30, wrote , “Beautiful food variety and bread! What’s not to like? I want to try everything.” Paris Baguette is open from 6:30 a.m.–10 p.m. on weekdays and 7 a.m.–10 p.m. on weekends. Birch Coffee 1330 Fifth Ave., Harlem (Photo: mardory v./ Yelp via Hoodline) Birch Coffee is a coffee and tea spot. This new location of the local chain serves Birch’s own small-batch, hand-roasted coffee. The coffee is available in a variety of styles and roasts. The cafe’s current Yelp rating of 4.5 stars out of four reviews indicates the newcomer has received a warm welcome so far. Yelper Mardory V., who reviewed the business on June 6, wrote , “Birch Coffee is a desperately needed addition to this food-barren neighborhood. The location is cozy and clean, with a standard of service that one has come to expect from the Birch brand.” Yelper Ximin D. wrote , “Amazing to have these guys in the ‘hood! Delicious coffee, as always, with a cute library collection. Can’t wait to be back.” Birch Coffee is open from 7 a.m.–6 p.m. on weekdays and 8 a.m.–6 p.m. on weekends. This story was created automatically using local business data, then reviewed and augmented by an editor. Click here for more about what we’re doing. Got thoughts? Go here to share your feedback.'
Here are the newest places to check out the next time you're on the hunt for a cafe in New York City.
Economists believe the increase in brisket prices comes from the rise of its popularity due to easier access through newer technologies in cooking the meat.
'(CBSDFW.COM) – Brisket is seen as a staple when it comes to good Texas BBQ feasts. However, brisket lovers could be spending more for the beloved cut of meat. The United States Department of Agriculture says the price of brisket is going up. Economists believe the increase in brisket prices comes from the rise of its popularity due to easier access through newer technologies in cooking the meat. brisket (CBS 11) The increase in prices is affecting not only those who smoke brisket at home, but also restaurants like Derek Allan’s Texas BBQ in Fort Worth. “A lot of people don’t understand the premium price BBQ places pay for beef,” Allan said. Researchers with Texas A&M say brisket prices have reached an all-time high — up roughly 19% from last year. Dr. Jeff Savell says while cattle producers will benefit from the price increase, it will be hard to keep costs down for consumers. Even with the rise of brisket prices, customers believe it will take more than a price hike for Texans to turn away the meat. “Brisket is one of those things everyone enjoys. It melts in your mouth. You’re gonna trade that for bologna?” Gregg Geesa said. Keeping up with the demand and popularity of brisket will require a large amount of the product. Researchers with Texas A&M say while they’ve seen some of the largest cow herd since 2009, the rate of growth is slowing down.'
Never live in fear of a red wine spill again
'As far as party experiences go, there’s nothing worse than having a drink spilled on you right as the fun is getting started. Especially when the drink is red wine and you’re wearing an all-white outfit . So when one woman fell victim to this exact scenario at the Ripon Races in Leeds, England this weekend, her friends decided to help her out by…pouring more wine on her? That’s right. According to Twitter user Eleanor Walton, after her all-white jumpsuit was sullied by an errant spill, her friends came to the rescue by soaking the jumpsuit with more red wine to create a tie-dye effect. “Would u believe someone spilt red wine all down my white outfit so my work girls SOAKED MY JUMPSUIT in the sink so now i have a red jumpsuit ahahahaha,” she tweeted. would u believe someone spilt red wine all down my white outfit so my work girls SOAKED MY JUMPSUIT in the sink so now i have a red jumpsuit ahahahaha xx — eleanor walton🌙 (@eleanorwaltonn) July 20, 2019 tie dye pic.twitter.com/RJOceN9PqG — eleanor walton🌙 (@eleanorwaltonn) July 20, 2019 Her friend Mia Williamson corroborated the story by sharing photos of Eleanor’s before and after looks. “So we’re 2 hours into the races, and El comes and tells me someone has spilt red wine down her… no problem,” she wrote. “Got some more red wine and fixed it and I think we’ve just made a new product to [ Pretty Little Thing’s ] festival range.” so we’re 2 hours into the races, and el comes and tells me someone has spilt red wine down her… no problem. Got some more red wine and fixed it and I think we’ve just made a new product to PLTs festival range pic.twitter.com/fXnJKYfNc2 — mia williamson (@MiaWiliamson_) July 20, 2019 If this isn’t the ultimate party trick of 2019 than we don’t know what is.'
A popular Twin Cities ramen spot is closing its doors later this summer.
'MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – A tiny but uber-popular Twin Cities ramen spot is closing its doors later this summer. Tori Ramen announced over the weekend that it’s shutting down its St. Paul location. The last day of service is slated for Aug. 31. “To everyone that has tipped a bowl up in our restaurant, I want to thank you from the bottom of my heart,” the owner wrote on Facebook. “It comes not with despair, but instead optimism as we prepare for the days ahead.” Tori Ramen’s sister restaurant, Tori 44 in north Minneapolis, will remain open. No details were given on what’s next for the Tori team.'
Criminal food adulteration is still an underestimated, yet growing issue in Europe.
'Find records of fraud such as those discussed in this column and more in the Food Fraud Database . Image credit: Susanne Kuehne Organized crime in Europe has found a new money making machine by engaging in food fraud, which often goes undetected and is relatively low risk compared to other criminal activities.Opson, an Europol-Interpol joint operation, confiscated 16,000 tons of fake food items and 33 million liters of fraudulent beverages in 2018, a new record, but also probably just the tip of the iceberg.Government agencies do not have the resources to detect all fraudulent activities, and suspected food fraud cases moving through the federal and local government hierarchies is a long and cumbersome process.Resource Simon Bock (July 8, 2019). “Die erschreckende Machtlosigkeit der Lebensmittel-Waechter”. Wirtschaftswoche.Retrieved from https://www.wiwo.de/unternehmen/handel/lebensmittelkriminalitaet-die-erschreckende-machtlosigkeit-der-lebensmittel-waechter/24529998.html . The post Is Justice Being Served for Food Fraud? appeared first on FoodSafetyTech .'
The popular West Coast burger chain In-N-Out said Monday they could not solve the mystery of a New York man who discovered one of their burgers sitting untouched on Queens street. Denny Warnick, the company’s vice president of operations, said in a
'The popular West Coast burger chain In-N-Out said Monday they could not solve the mystery of a New York man who discovered one of their burgers sitting untouched on Queens street. Denny Warnick, the company’s vice president of operations, said in a statement that he was “surprised” to hear about the double-double found early Saturday..'
Your idea might win you $25,000 and a feature on the P.F. Chang’s menu!
'Your idea might win you $25,000 and a feature on the P.F. Chang’s menu!'
Elevation Foods is voluntarily recalling containers of Archer Farms-brand egg salad; Freskëtbrand egg salad, tuna salad, and Thai lobster salad; and Archer Farms-brand deviled egg sandwiches produced on June 18, 2019 due to possible contamination
Not such a sweet deal. Experts from the University of Sussex are sounding the alarm over aspartame, an artificial sweetener used in everything from diet soda to chewing gum. In the US, it is commonly sold under brand names including NutraSweet. A
The long days of summer can be a challenging when it comes to cooking or eating healthy. In fact turning on the oven is probably the last thing we feel like doing after a long, hot summer day. Our Nutrition Coach Suzanne Farrell with Cherry Creek
'The long days of summer can be a challenging when it comes to cooking or eating healthy. In fact turning on the oven is probably the last thing we feel like doing after a long, hot summer day. Our Nutrition Coach Suzanne Farrell with Cherry Creek Nutrition shows us 3 no-cook meal ideas for those hot summer days and they're not your typical bowl of cereal or take out.'