Monday, December 11, 2017

Boris and Horton, the dog friendly coffee shop, now hiring on Avenue A

Work continues at the northwest corner of Avenue A and 12th Street for Boris & Horton, billed as "New York's first dog friendly coffee shop and community space."

Signage points to a winter 2017 debut (sometime before March 20 then).

Meanwhile, Boris is hiring... (Must love dogs?)

As cut and pasted previously: the space will be divided by a glass wall into two sections, per Department of Health rules. There will be a cafe side with food and drinks for humans, and a dog-friendly side that will sell pet supplies.

The owners are Logan Holzman and her father, Coppy. The cafe is named after their dogs. The Holzmans have said that they will host dog adoption events here.

Previously on EV Grieve:
On tonight's CB3-SLA docket: Boris & Horton, New York's first dog friendly coffee shop

Dec. 1 date set for Boris & Horton, Avenue A's new dog cafe


Anonymous said...

I wonder if this place will make money or just become a winter hangout for people with dogs?

Anonymous said...

I am so relieved to have a business open on upper Avenue A that isn't a bar. I can deal with some barking. I can't deal with all the screaming and puking on the sidewalk we deal with up here.

Anonymous said...

Wish my dog could get a job at a place like this. I don't know though, customer service is not his forte.

Anonymous said...

I'm tempted to apply just to hang out with the pups all day.

Anonymous said...

Hope they have a de flea squad on standby

Anonymous said...

I'm a dog, so you think they'll set aside their prejudices and hire me?