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Snag free coffee on Friday to celebrate the Fulton Center opening of Irving Farm Coffee Roasters

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Dan Q Dao

The next in a growing tide of local chains setting up shop in the Financial District, Irving Farm Coffee Roasters unveils an outpost on the main floor of the $1.4 billion dollar Fulton Center transportation hub this Friday. To celebrate the grand opening, the shop will pour free cups of its signature 71 Irving House Blend, along with a new Colombian Willer Rivera coffee, which will be served exclusively at the downtown location. In line with the roaster's locally-minded ethos, all coffees will be served with milk sourced from Battenkill Valley Creamery in Salem, NY or pumpkin-seed milk from Jnana Organics in Mt. Kisco, NY. 

New York coffee lovers may be more accustomed to sipping Irving Farm brews in more historical digs (the Grand Central Terminal, a former Lower East Side tenement building), but this expansion marks the roaster's first location in a more modern setting. Owners David Elwell and Stephen Leven fitted the space with naturally preserved oak, and engraved the signature crow logo into various wood, glass and metal surfaces. 

Irving Farm Coffee RoastersPhotograph: Courtesy of Irving Farm Coffee Roasters

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