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Jeff Dreyfuss and his son Tony each discovered a love of coffee independently. Jeff fell in love with the dark brew on after-class sojourns at local coffee shops during his tenure as an Indonesian Language Professor at the University of Washington-Seattle. Tony got his first taste of obsession when he landed a job sweeping floors in a coffee shop while contemplating what to do with his philosophy degree. The two talked to each other about coffee constantly, eventually finding the mutual inspiration to take the plunge into the roasting and brewing business. They opened Metropolis Coffee in 2001 to share their bean-driven bliss with the world. The team purchases their coffee directly from farmers, but doesn’t expose a single bean to heat until the crop arrives at the roasting facility in Chicago. Once there, they roast the coffee in small batches to order, ensuring that each cup brewed in-house or bag of beans for savoring at home came out of the roaster no earlier than the day before. Each barista first learns to appreciate the roasting process—and its tasty results—with hands-on training in the roasting facility before setting foot behind the counter at the company's Edgewater café. Armed with a beginning-to-end understanding of coffee creation, the drinksmiths brew and serve well-balanced beverages for coffee aficionados at an espresso-scented hangout that Time Out Chicago calls "outstanding."
1039 W Granville Ave.
Chicago,
IL
US
The Chicago branch of Gray Line's global sightseeing operation organizes a wide variety of tours and excursions throughout the Windy City, from architectural tours that send passengers coasting on the river and lake for sun-drenched educational cruises to shopping odysseys at Chicago Premium Outlets, where travelers can zip through more than 100 stores and restaurants after being shuttled to the retail utopia. Blues outings treat music lovers to raw licks, soul food, and real tears at celebrated concert venues such as Buddy Guy's Legends and Rosa's Lounge. Gray Line's cherry-red trolleys transport visitors and residents alike to famous Chicago sites. Just north of the river, the vehicles idle before the Wrigley Building's sparkling white terra cotta façade, which in the 1920s stood as the first major skyscraper outside of The Loop. From there, the trolley may motor north to the John Hancock Center, where elevators to its observatory sweep guests 96 floors in 39 seconds. The trolley could also steer south to the Willis Tower, which lost its maiden name of Sears after being charmed by a passing cumulus cloud.
600 East Grand Avenue
Chicago,
IL
US
Since its inception in 1999, Adagio Teas has filled the cups of its ever-growing customer base with farm-fresh gourmet teas harvested from across the globe. Seasoned sippers and new tea drinkers alike gather around the fragrant vapors of Adagio's expansive selection, which includes thousands of unique green, chai, and herbal teas. In addition to its stockpile of potables, Adagio Teas puts an innovative spin on tea ware with a varied collection of ceramic sets, Asian-inspired pots, and electric kettles that purr when plugged in or tickled gently with unused leaves. Adagio Teas' products fill the virtual shelves of its online store, and can also be found in many gourmet and health-food shops.
617 N State St
Chicago,
IL
US
A family owned Pastry Shop, Pastel! cakes created a cozy and relax athmosphere. A place where you can indulge yourself with some unique pastries, cookies and more. We wanted to create something different and unique this side of Chicago. We love what we do and strive to provide you with delicious pastries every time!
4814 S Pulaski Rd
Chicago,
IL
US
Maybe it's the charming tea graphics on a poster that catch your eye as you walk by or the smell of warm double-chocolate loaf cake escaping as someone slips out the door, but there are countless reasons to be drawn into an Argo Tea Caf?. Although, the all-natural signature drinks ?inspired by creative mixologists, passionate chefs, and intelligent nutritionists?are Argo's biggest source of pride. Argo brings teas directly from growers around the world and blends them into these signature drinks that range from an icy Green Tea Ginger Twist to a steamy Hibiscus Apple Cider. These unique blends are created naturally without any additives, colorings, or flavorings. Argo even introduces seasonal drinks throughout the year, 10% of the proceeds of which are donated toward their Partner of the Season. This campaign speaks to Argo's conscientiousness, as does the way the company is committed to sustainabilTEA with environmentally friendly packaging and operating all of their cafes with renewable wind power. Argo offers discounts for customers who bring in reusable Argo tumblers, and the company regularly contributes back to each store's communiTEA. Customers can also enroll in the LoyalTea Club to receive cash credits and free drinks or lunches.
16 W Randolph St
Chicago,
IL
US
When faced with lemons—and many other fruits, besides—the proprietors of Oh, Olive! don't contemplate lemonade. Instead, they envision freshly pressed batches of extra-virgin olive oil, such as their tangy Eureka lemon variant. The family-run shops specialize in this flexible condiment, and stock their shelves with estate-produced Delizia oils. Their catalog covers both plain and fused types with flavors that range from the spicy notes of chipotle peppers to the sweetness of blood oranges, a fitting complement to cuts of chicken and fish. They also vend balsamic vinegars from Modena, Italy. Fruits feature heavily in the imported collection, which includes pomegranate, blackberry-ginger, and cinnamon-pear vinegars in addition to a dark-chocolate infusion and the 18-year balsamic—a traditional vinegar aged in oak barrels and given a high-school diploma. Often, the staff members don't separate the acts of purchasing and cooking with their wares. They prefer to interact with customers and host tastings, classes, and contests to encourage innovative recipes. Amidst more than 60 kinds of oil and vinegar, Oh, Olive! sells meal add-ons as well. Tiesta Tea produces soothing, toasty brews, and stuffed olives contain hidden servings of jalapeños, sharp cheddar, and asparagus.
904 West Armitage Avenue
Chicago,
IL
US
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