Press

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We’re in the New York Times!  Read the story of our changing neighborhood and many of our neighboring businesses as well!  And when it rains it pours….check us out in a listing of neighborhood haunts, also in the NYT!

Shop Uptown: Toys, Gourmet Coffee and Yoga

Our very own Addis Ababa blend was featured in this piece by DNAinfo.com on great shopping above 155th Street!

 

Buunni Goes to Midtown!

The latest from DNAinfo.com details Buunni’s booth in the Bryant Park Holiday Market.

 

Buunni Featured as a “Success Story”

baristaschoollogoA nice write up on CoffeeBusiness.com.

 

We have an article in Fresh Cup magazine!

freshcup-logoSarina wrote an article about some of the lessons we’ve learned on gaining publicity for Café Buunni.  Take a look and tell us what you think.

On the Map

wsj-logoWe were mentioned in the Wall Street Journal!!  They put us on the map! Click on the link and you’ll see what we mean.

A Welcome Addition to the Neighborhood

A great profile in this local blog.

The Blessings of Buunni

Local coverage in our neighborhood’s own Manhattan Times!

City Spoonful Covers the Flavors of Buunni Coffee

A nice write up in this local foodie blog! We’re pleased to have this article discuss both the coffee and the café.

Another Mention for Café Buunni

The Couch Sessions, a New York-based blog covering alternative urban music and culture, gave us a mention in their recent “Openings” listing.

Soon-to-be-Open Café Buunni Garners More Local Press

Founders Elias and Sarina are profiled on DNAInfo.com“Local Couple to Bring Ethiopian-Themed Coffee Shop to Hudson Heights.”

Café Buunni Makes its “Coffee Imprint”

Grub Street NYC

Featured in New York Magazine’s Grub Street, the Washington Heights’ community is buzzing about Cafe Buunni.  Located at 213 Pinehurst, just below 187th Street, this local pick-me-up will feature a coffee, tea, and espresso bar along with a premium selection of baked good, smoothies, fresh squeezed juices, and other high-end foods.   To stay up-to-date on our latest coffee talk, follow us on Facebook and Twitter!

Grub Street mention

From New York Magazine’s Grub Street blog

 

 

 

Shop Buunni to Show your Fair Trade “Ethikus”

ShopYourFreeTradeValuesBuunni Coffee is honored to be recognized by Ethikus, an organization dedicated to supporting local businesses with ethical and environmentally sustainable business practices.  Founders Elias and Sarina have made their mark by helping small Ethiopian coffee farmers become more economically independent while maintaining economic responsibility. Specifically featured by Team Ethikus during Shop Your Values Week, you can support Elias and Sarina’s efforts towards a more ethical global economy year round by purchasing Buunni’s delicious and nuanced coffee.

From the ShopYourValuesWeek.com blog