Showing posts with label Compilation Coffee. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Compilation Coffee. Show all posts

Tuesday, November 8, 2022

Compilation Coffee has closed for now on St. Mark's Place

After less than two months in business, Compilation Coffee has closed for now at 102 St. Mark's Place between Avenue A and First Avenue.

Multiple EVG readers passed along updates that the pour-over coffee shop has not been opening in recent days, and there are packing containers inside the storefront.

Yelp reports that the business is temporarily closed, with a May 1, 2023, reopening, while Google lists Compilation Coffee as "permanently closed." The shop's website notes that Compilation Coffee Roasters 2.0 is coming soon...
Compilation Coffee has not yet responded to our messages about the situation here.

Industry vet Noah Jashinski, who has worked with brands like Intelligentsia, Blue Bottle and Stumptown, is behind Compilation Coffee, which just debuted in early September.

The business was looking to set itself apart in its offerings — no fancy iced mocha frappé drinks — and support to the community with the following values statement: "We believe in inclusion, transparency, and service." 

The shop also had a curbside space built for patrons last week ...
Bottom photo and screengrabs via Steven

Thursday, September 15, 2022

Compilation Coffee debuts on St. Mark's Place

Compilation Coffee debuted last week at 102 St. Marks Place between Avenue A and First Avenue. (We first reported on this pending arrival in June.)

Industry vet Noah Jashinski, who has worked with brands like Intelligentsia, Blue Bottle and Stumptown, is the founder. 

The business is looking to set itself apart in its offerings — no fancy iced mocha frappé drinks — and support to the community with the following values statement: "We believe in inclusion, transparency, and service."

A rep shared more about what to expect:
Compilation Coffee is laser-focused on its customers and coffee, so there are no espresso machines or latte art competitions. Pairing a Poursteady with a back bar of 10 Baratza Fortés, customers can select daily from 10 different coffees, made to order by the cup (hot or iced) as a pour over. 

Any cup, be it black or Au Lait, cow's milk or alternative milk from NuMilk, is $5 for a 12 oz. cup. Customers can even purchase 4oz tubes of the entire bean menu, so they can mix and match, or even buy three different ones — their version of a flight.
According to the company: "We want to be involved in our community and to bring people together. That’s why we choose to support charities that help marginalized young people." Compilation's charity partners are The Trevor Project, the suicide prevention and mental health organization for LGBTQ young adults, and Covenant House, which provides services to unhoused youth. (Read more on the partnership here.)

Compilation Coffee is open daily from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

The previous tenant here, Baked Cravings, a bakery specializing in nut- and peanut-free desserts, went dark at the start of the year after a September 2020 debutDun-Well Doughnuts was here previously.

Monday, June 27, 2022

Compilation Coffee coming to St. Mark's Place

Signage is up now for Compilation Coffee at 102 St. Mark's Place between Avenue A and First Avenue... (thanks to Steven for the photos!)...
This is the first location for the retail coffee outpost. There's a placeholder website (where you can sign up for a newsletter).

Noah Jashinski, a "specialty coffee consultant" who has worked with Intelligentsia, Blue Bottle and Stumptown, is a co-founder. 

There's a "summer/fall" opening date on the CC Instagram page

The previous tenant here, Baked Cravings, a bakery that specialized in fresh-baked nut- and peanut-free desserts, went dark at the start of the year after a September 2020 debut. Dun-Well Doughnuts was here previously.