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Rapha Cycle Shop to Close Next Week

Last modified June 27, 2012 at 1:27 am

For over two months, the Rapha Cycle Club pop-up at 352 Bowery has entertained the two-wheeled masses with bike-related exhibits and entertainment (Tour de France, film screenings), as well as limited retail offerings.  The cafe portion of the setup was fueled by Third Rail Coffee and Stumptown. But all that’s about to end. The countdown […]

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Coming Soon: Rapha Cycle Club at 352 Bowery

Posted June 23, 2010 at 6:35 am

Formerly an off-site sales office for the Village Green eco-friendly complex, the storefront at 352 Bowery is no longer vacant and up for grabs.  Come July 3, the upper Bowery will welcome a new pop-up cyclist hangout dubbed Rapha Cycle Club.

Esperanto Cafe Closed for Good

Posted January 14, 2010 at 6:36 am

Love or loathe it, the perennial student hangout Esperanto Cafe has closed its doors for good.  The requisite brown paper is taped to the windows of 114 MacDougal Street, and the interior is being cleared out. We called the listed phone number, which, as it happens, is now disconnected.

Third Rail Coffee is Open

Posted July 8, 2009 at 8:01 am

As of last week, the charmingly small Third Rail Coffee at 240 Sullivan Street is now open for business. Related Reading:Third Rail Coffee Coverage [Bowery Boogie]

Wait for It: Third Rail Coffee

Posted June 30, 2009 at 8:12 am

There is some noticeable movement at 240 Sullivan Street, the future headquarters of Third Rail Coffee. A grand opening seems rather imminent. Within the last few days, the sidewalk shed was removed from the java shop, revealing a sleek new exterior. Brown paper hides much of the interior from the public eye, but there are […]

Coming Soon: Third Rail Coffee

Posted April 20, 2009 at 8:09 am

Just the other day, we noticed that the long-standing sidewalk shed hugging 240 Sullivan Street was propped open to the public. Relaxing at a table inside (reading the paper) was a friendly contractor who was quite forthcoming with information. He said that the former home of Jamaican Flavors would soon become a coffee shop dubbed […]