The Great Coffee Shop Boycott

The Coffee Shop in Union Square, located on the bustling corner of 17th St. and Union Square West, is famous for several things: the waitresses are models, it turns into a Brazilian dance club on the weekends, was voted Best Bar for Modelizers in the Village Voice, and New York says it boasts a “high risk of poor service and unpleasant encounters with attitudinal (but often pretty) people” but praised the crayons and puzzle place mats for kids. This noisy, WiFi-less den is famous for something else within the tight-knit community of Silicon Alley: it serves as the de facto meeting place for VCs and founders such as Union Square Ventures’ Fred Wilson and IA Ventures’ Roger Ehrenberg. “Pitch your startup to First Round Capital here. They’re right across the street,” says the Foursquare tip left by Charlie O’Donnell.  Read More

Comments

  1. 6h057 says:

    Oh, I thought this was important.

  2. vinniv says:

    Gimme a break…its a shitty restaurant with mediocre food in a good location.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Milite needs to understand his power clientele better. Rachel Wiesz is actually married to Daniel Craig now.