Opening a new business can no doubt be a challenge, but if that business has always been one of your goals in life, no matter what challenge comes your way, you’ll do whatever it takes to get the job done.
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Monday, June 4th, 2012
Lenox Coffee is a specialty coffee house located in central Harlem, at 60 West 129th Street between 5th Avenue and Lenox Avenue. Co-owners Aaron Baird and Jeffrey Green met ten years ago at Boston’s New England Conservatory of Music.
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Monday, May 7th, 2012
Harlem’s hippest new café, Lenox Coffee serves pastries, baked goods, bagels and sandwiches as well as a variety of coffee drinks.
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Sunday, April 1st, 2012
A double bass and trombone player teamed up to open Lenox Coffee, handily located right off busy Lenox Avenue. Chocolate-rich espresso from Vancouver’s Forty Ninth Parallel demands a pairing with a tangled coconut macaroon from Danny Macaroons, and jumbles of mismatched wooden chairs call out for lounging.
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Tuesday, March 13th, 2012
With some tweaks to their espresso machine & new staff, Harlem’s Lenox Coffee has become the best place to enjoy Vancouver’s 49th Parallel coffee in NYC. It’s also evolved into a comfortable, old-timey feeling neighborhood hangout, replete with a cozy living room corner, lots of tables for working and hanging out, plus wifi and plugs. They’ve added salads and sandwiches to their menu and rounded out their sweets line-up with
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Saturday, March 10th, 2012
Lenox Coffee is a little coffee house that sprung up late last year. The cappuccinos are great and it’s quickly becoming a hangout spot for the neighborhood. I love getting my caffeine fix there.
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Wednesday, March 7th, 2012
Whether you like your coffee simple and black or you’re looking for a cappuccino or mocha latte, Harlem is the place to go. In addition to a number of Starbucks locations, Harlem offers a great selection of local coffee shops and cafés. While they may offer some of the City’s best coffees, they also cater to the non-coffee drinkers with a variety of teas, juices and other beverages as well
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Monday, March 5th, 2012
For today’s What’s New we head over to neighborhood hotspot, Lenox Coffee.
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Monday, March 5th, 2012
Aaron Baird and Jeffrey Green, classical musicians who performed in Europe, have shifted gears with this coffeehouse serving 49th Parallel Coffee from British Columbia. They also plan to offer live music; 60 West 129th Street, Harlem, (646) 833-7839.
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Tuesday, January 3rd, 2012
As one coffee shop closes in Harlem, another opens. It’s called Lenox Coffee, a specialty coffee-house located in Central Harlem at 60 West 129th Street between 5th Avenue and Lenox Avenue. At the moment, Lenox Coffee serves breakfast items i.e., pastries, baked goods, and bagels. They soon hope to be adding lunch items, such as sandwiches and various other sundries.
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Monday, December 19th, 2011
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