Greenpointers was very proud to present the inaugural Coffee’s Night Out on Sunday evening, an idea conceived by smdlr coffee blogger Chermelle D. Williams.

Greenpoint was buzzing with caffeine and creativity. Nine Greenpoint coffee shops participated and we hit each and every one! Coffee lovers enjoyed an evening of local cafés open late with curated cultural events.

Thanks to everyone who came out, to Chermelle for her tireless efforts putting all the events together and to our sponsoring coffee shops: Café Grumpy, Charlotte Patisserie, Tar Pit Coffee Shop, Champion Coffee, Cafe Edna and SPINA.

Cold Brew Tiramisu made with Peter Pan Donuts, Mascarpone Cheese and Rum!

I know I shouldn’t pick favorites so I’ll just say the evening started out on a (sugar) high note at Champion Coffee. Manager Mark wanted to create a menu that pulled from different food makers in the area. He hit the nail on the head with his Cold Brew Tiramisu made with Peter Pan Glazed Old Fashioned Donuts, Mascarpone Cheese and Rum! I hope they keep that on the menu!

Colombian Coffee Cocktail with Aguardiente

Fernando was in great spirits at Cafecito Bogotá. We were early for the musical performance but enjoyed a Columbian Hot Toddy and a Colombian Coffee Cocktail made with French Roast, Khalua, the licorice flavored Columbian liquor Aguardiente and a twist of lime.

Propeller Coffee Man Men Model Sitting

Creative spirits were high at Propeller with a Mad Men model sitting for portraits with pads and drawing materials provided.

Gordon Kenny at SPINA

SPINA had a packed house with a live musical performance by Gordon Kenny on an 80s keyboard.

Artwork by Liam Singer at Cafe Grumpy's Group Art Show
Angela Reed performing at Cafe Edna
Nicole Stanley’s "In Carrie’s Closet" Vintage Pop-Up at Charlotte Patisserie
The Lovely Kerry, Manager & Barista of Tarpit

Bedford & Bowery also did a great photo recap of the event.

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