Caféine, A New Java Spot With An Old World Feel Opens In Harlem

Caféine Urban Espresso & Bake Shop1In June 2016, Israeli-born chef Kfir Ben-Arimade, is the coffee-lover behind Caféine Urban Espresso & Bake Shop, a java spot and bakery at 115th Streets and 8th Avenue in Harlem, New York.

cafeine in harlem1Cafeine is described as “…a modern urban espresso and bake shop experience served with an old world passion invoking thoughts of the Harlem Renaissance.”

He’s powering his drinks with beans from Bristot, a century-old Italian coffee brand seldom seen stateside – perfect for the international community of Harlem.

cafeine in harlemCakes and pastries round out the menu; sandwiches and breakfast items are on the way. Ben-Arimade worked the line at New York’s Paradou and Daniel restaurants before the coffee bug bit.

Caféine Urban Espresso & Bake Shop, 115th Streets and 8th Avenue (Frederick Douglass Blvd), New York, New York, cafeineharlem


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