Coffee culture is a lifestyle. It’s the social gatherings that happen on afternoons in coffee houses.
It’s the early morning routines, centered around the *New York Times* and a steaming cup of pour over.
To fully understand New York City coffee culture, you have to understand the creatives who call this city home. They’re go-getters, witty, always looking for inspiration in the most ordinary of places.
They’re tough –New Yorkers have to be – and they make their homes in coffee shops from Bushwick to Bronx. This city is fast paced – brutal even – but coffee houses from east to west provide a warmth most can’t find in their 600 square foot apartments.
But more so than environment, coffee culture is the experience that happens when you’re sipping from that ceramic mug or paper cup. It’s the breakthrough article that you’ve finally completed from the chair of your favorite cafe. It’s the stories you tell your best friend while catching up after a long night. In a sense, New York City coffee culture is just as unique as Le Réveil Coffee Shop itself . Coffee culture, at least here at City Brewed, is all about the life that happens over coffee.