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In fact, with Soho’s rents and those menu price points, the Austin-based company apparently doesn’t expect to make a profit off of the restaurant.
Instead, it may replicate the Brew elsewhere, part of the “experiences” that they think their users want. Eater has reached out to the Delicious team and the Bumble team for more info.
New York’s next corporate-sponsored, branded cafe arrives this fall — and this time it comes from mobile dating app Bumble, with food from the team behind hip destinations such as Charlie Bird.
Bumble, the female-friendly app known for allowing only women to make the first contact with matched users, is opening an all-day cafe and wine bar in Soho later this year, to be named Bumble Brew, Bloomberg reports.
The space will also have a coffee (and real) bar, as well as Bumble merchandise for sale (where all proceeds go to charity).
Bumble said the current plans are to keep it open for a month, but isn’t ruling out the opportunity for an extension, or potential expansions into other cities.
It’s got that wonderful well-loved feel, with rustic furnishings and plenty of raw materials, including bare-brick walls and wooden floorboards.
It manages to be busy without being cluttered, visitors will certainly feel at home.
The rest of Manhattan is easily accessible from 14 Street Station.
Bumble Brew will be a 70-seat cafe with a bunch of two-tops — ideal for dates, though the space will also be used for events such as networking nights, a nod to the Bumble Bizz platform.
It’ll be a casual, counter-service affair; servers will refill drinks.
Lots of cafes and restaurants backed by big brands have slithered into New York recently.
In Greenpoint, BMW’s Mini built A/D/O, a co-working space and cafe dedicated to design that initially had food from Nordic chefs Fredrik Berselius and Claus Meyer, though they’ve since departed.