D’Espresso Closes 100 Stanton Coffee Shop

Posted on: April 3rd, 2013 at 6:20 am by

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D’Espresso has D’exited. The trendy coffee shop officially closed yesterday after almost five years in business at 100 Stanton Street. Gates are drawn, disarray behind those windows.

Italian-style D’espresso first opened in August of 2008 (one of our earliest posts), and seemed to gain some sort of favor with the locals. Its success led to a Midtown expansion two years later, which remains operational. We are told that there are no plans to reopen this spot.

Many Yelpers were quite vocal about poor quality and unfriendly service here of late. What was your experience with the cafe?

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