WatchHouse Coffee Brews a Buzz in NYC

WatchHouse Coffee Brews a Buzz in NYC

WatchHouse Coffee, a London-based coffee chain, has expanded to the United States with its first location on New York City's bustling Fifth Avenue. The 1,500-square-foot cafe sits in a high-end office tower and offers over 20 seating spaces. The establishment transitions from serving specialty coffees and pastries during the day to cocktails and light snacks in the evening. The interior, designed by Carpenter & Mason, features warm tones and red accents, providing a sophisticated atmosphere for customers. The New York cafe roasts its coffee in Brooklyn, aiming to replicate the taste profiles of its London counterpart. Roland Horne, the founder of WatchHouse, sees New York as a pivotal location for the company's growth and plans further expansion in the U.S. and London. WatchHouse Coffee prides itself on its unique offerings, including a "Rarities" menu with rare global coffees, maintaining a high standard of quality and consistency across all locations.

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