Where To Find eatCultured: Winter 2017/18

Are you looking to learn more about eatCultured or stock up on Cultured Coffee? Check out the locations below to find us this month!

Holiday Markets & Pop-Ups (New York)

FAD Food Gift Market, December 17
Location: The Invisible Dog Art Centre, Cobble Hill, Brooklyn

FAD Market is a pop-up marketplace that travels seasonally to unique venues in Brooklyn. Each event enables artists, designers and members of the public to meet, interact, and explore the art and culture of this vibrant New York City borough. 

Shop for unique, small-batch food gifts on December 17 including Cultured Coffee at this fun venue, a community art gallery. The event is suitable for the whole family.

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Holiday Market @ Empire Stores, December 18-22
Location: Empire Stores, Dumbo, Brooklyn

Empire Stores Holiday Market will be based in the lobby of this newly renovated historic brick building right on the Brooklyn waterfront. Meet the team or stop by for freshly roasted Cultured Coffee. 

Situated next to the Brooklyn Bridge and next to the thriving innovation centers of Dumbo and The Navy Yard, this market is the perfect pit-stop if you're a local or just visiting the city for a taste of festive NYC. The building houses several luxury furniture, fashion and design stores and is also next to Brooklyn Bridge Park


ThisIsStory, November - January 20, 2018

Located in Chelsea, NYC, ThisIsStory is a retail concept that takes the point of view of a magazine, changes like a gallery and sells things like a store. Each year, the team at ThisIsStory select a theme for their store to craft experiences as unique as the gifts on offer. 

This year, discover a holiday extravaganza of show-like proportions with their story: "home for the holidays." We're proud to feature our coffee as a holiday gift to get you home to see your loved ones!

Good Goods, November 2017 - early January 2018 

Good Goods is a new pop-up store in the heart of NYC's Soho neighborhood. A boutique showcasing a new generation of makers, brands and startups (like eatCultured) passionate about their craft and customers, this pop-up is the perfect destination for gift-buying or just checking out the future of retail.

We're working in partnership with Good Goods to re-imagine the traditional store. Stop by over the holidays to find Cultured Coffee and follow our journey in the year ahead as we bring both our food-tech innovation and this new retail concept to more cities across the USA. 

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Usagi, until January 2018

UsagiNY is part art gallery, part Japanese eatery and café, part library and curated gift shop. Designed by world-renowned architect Sou Fujimoto, this stylish destination is in the heart of Brooklyn's fashionable Dumbo neighborhood.

Stop by to pick up some Cultured Coffee, try an expertly made matcha latte or browse handcrafted gifts made by Japanese artisans. 

Brooklyn Beauty Fashion Labo

Brooklyn Beauty Fashion Labo is a cultural and design destination based in Brooklyn's Park Slope neighborhood. 

Taste freshly brewed Cultured Coffee made by expert barista Kimio, a Japanese coffee and tea master as you browse local and international beauty and fashion treats. 

Retail (Boston & Cambridge)

Art's Specialities

A chain of hand-selected health foods and natural products, Art's Specialities focuses on gourmet gifts and treats for discerning customers in the Boston area. 

Cambridge Naturals

Cambridge Naturals is a family-owned health food retailer based in Cambridge, MA. The store has been in operation since 1974 and serves a diverse community of local students, health-minded consumers and workers. 

A certified B Corporation since 2014, the store focuses on brands who strive toward the most ethical and sustainable practices possible. We're proud to support this store's good work and partner with the team to bring Cultured Coffee to the Boston area!

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