Wake up, smell the coffee, and get discount tickets to The New York Coffee Festival 2017, celebrating our growing interest in specialty coffees. Sample brews, get tips from world-class baristas, nibble on street food, sip coffee-based cocktails, and more, all to the tune of live music.
Percolating with flavors from dozens of roasters, you can sip and slurp your way through tastings and demos from world-class baristas, interactive workshops, street food, coffee-based cocktails, live music, art exhibitions and much more, including the fast-paced barista competition, Coffee Masters NYC.
And you’ll be sipping and slurping for charity, since 100% of this year’s proceeds are being donated to Project Waterfall, a charity that aims to bring clean water to coffee-growing communities around the world.
Whether you favor espresso, an Ethiopian drip or matcha, there’s a brew for you at this caffeinated three-day event, which has moved to Chelsea this year from it’s 2016 location at the 69th Regiment Armory.
The New York Coffee Festival 2017 is Fri.-Sun., Oct. 13-15.
Discount tickets are $19 a day, or $50 for a three-day pass. Or, you could pay the walk-up prices of $24 and $75, but why would you do that.
If you opt for the VIP ticket, you’ll also get fast-track entry, a token for a free espresso martini, a copy of The New York Coffee Guide 2018 and a commemorative tote bag. 100% of this year’s proceeds are being donated to Project Waterfall, a charity that aims to bring clean water to coffee-growing communities around the world.
Foodies and coffee-holics also can join an organic coffee and dessert tour of the Village and Little Italy, sipping and munching with licenses tour guides. Discount tickets are $20