Greenwich Village Coffee Tour
Discover the surprising history of coffee in New York City while exploring its iconic birthplace: Greenwich Village.
- Discover the former cafe that became the unofficial birthplace of the off-off Broadway theatre movement
- See NYC’s first espresso machine
- Learn how NYC coffee culture played host to the first Stock Exchange and was considered to be the world’s first internet cafe
About the event:
Untapped New York will be revisiting our virtual coffee shop for our Untapped New York Insiders. Adapted from our popular Greenwich Village Coffee Tour and led by our Chief Experience Officer Justin Rivers, you’ll discover the surprising history of coffee in New York City while sipping your favorite brew on this virtual talk. We’ll also invite you to share about your favorite coffee while you learn how New York and coffee go hand-in-hand both in cultural and economic development. See (virtually) some of the most famous (and the more lesser-known) coffee shops of Greenwich Village. Hear the story of one of the most successful coffee entrepreneurs of the early 20th century, whose first shop was in Grand Central and who was a woman!
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