Thursday, April 18, 2024

The City That Never Sleeps Is Celebrating Caffeine With the New York Coffee Festival

Calling all caffeine heads! The New York Coffee Festival is kicking off from Oct. 7-9 which will take place at the Metropolitan Pavilion (125 West 18th Street) in Manhattan. The event will feature the best New York offers in the realms of coffee, food, cocktails, live music, art, and more.

There are unlimited tastings and presentations from over 100 coffee and tea exhibitors. The event’s foundation is charitable, 100 percent of the profits from the festival are donated to Project Waterfall, (partnering with foundation charity: water) an organization whose mission is to deliver clean water and life-changing water projects in coffee-growing regions.

Coffee beans
Photo Credit: Juan Pablo Serrano Arenas/Pexels

The arts will also be celebrated. The Coffee Art Project showcases the creativity of talented emerging and established artists. There will be The Coffee Music Project which is a global online songwriter competition. There is a lineup of up-and-coming artists who will perform each day during different sessions.

Start October with a caffeinated fix this weekend! Whether you’re a pumpkin spice latte fan or just want a regular cup of Joe, The New York Coffee Festival will both and more!

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