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Stumptown is proud to announce that we have joined Rudy’s Barbershop
in support of Krochet Kids International, a non-profit whose mission is to create sustainable economic development programs supporting the growth of individuals and communities in developing nations. During the first week in July, baristas at Stumptown NYC will be donning limited edition bow ties crocheted by women in the Krochet Kids program to show support and build awareness for this organization.

To learn more, stop by our cafe in the Ace Hotel in Manhattan or visit the Krochet Kids website: http://www.krochetkids.org/

In support of GO SKATE DAY this Thursday,
we’d like to introduce you to Stumptown sponsored pro skateboarder, Chet Childress. As a resident & local fixture in Portland’s thriving skate scene, we are mega-stoked to support this guy. Here’s a little glimpse into his world…

Some more shreddage footage.

We are honored to collaborate with acclaimed English designer Tom Dixon, on London Underground at New York Design Week 2012. Featuring work from his Luminosity collection, we will be serving coffee alongside the showcase in a custom designed/built pop-up coffee cart. On Display at the Bleecker Street Theatre, May 17-22.

Visit www.tomdixon.net/news for more updates.

Tom Dixon’s Design Talks from Carlo Lavagna and Roberto De Paolis on Nowness.com.

We are proud to be the exclusive coffee partner of three-Michelin-starred, The Restaurant at Meadowood. When asked about the decision to partner with Stumptown Coffee Roasters, Executive chef Christopher Kostow explained “I have known some of the key people at Stumptown for some time. Enhancing our coffee program is something we’ve been discussing and wanting to develop. There are other great coffee companies out there, but we felt the most comfortable working with Stumptown based on their philosophy, infrastructure, quality product and amazing team.”

For more on The Restaurant at Meadowood visit http://www.therestaurantatmeadowood.com/


Fall Fashion Week February 2012

Perhaps you have dreamed of ordering a bespoke suit from the master tailors at MARTIN GREENFIELD CLOTHIERS, but have not yet visited Mr. Greenfield’s East Williamsburg atelier. You are in luck, because Friday through Sunday, in honor of Fashion Week, they will set up shop at the Ace Hotel at 20 West 29th Street and hold fittings by appointment. Free whiskey, coffee and snacks from the Breslin and Stumptown will go only so far to ease the sticker shock; it is, after all, costly to be fitted by President Clinton’s tailor. Suits are $2,499 to $2,899; shirts, $225 to $595. R.S.V.P. at ACE Hotel. Read more…

You can find out more about the event here.
Above images are from the ACE Hotel.