Short-Lived Bruffin Cafe Vacates the Yard on Delancey

Posted on: February 12th, 2015 at 5:11 am by
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The Lower East Side welcomed the Bruffin to its shores back in October. Headquartered in the ground level of The Yard, Bruffin Cafe had heretofore offered its signature creation – a cut muffin that’s stuffed like a sandwich and based on international cuisine. “Meal in a muffin” is their tagline. Four months later, however, the brick-and-mortar sidecar cafe is done here. It had been a pop-up experiment.

Bruffins are now available at the Gansevoort Market in the Meatpacking District, where, we are told, they maintain a permanent location.

These food amalgamations need to stop. How many more Cronut copycats must there be before the fad is declared dead? Not yet, it seems.

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