The lauded Portland, OR, outfit expands its New York holdings—which include a branch inside the Ace Hotel and a Red Hook roastery—with a stand-alone cafe in the West Village, its ninth worldwide. The flagship will feature a brew bar reminiscent of the West Coast original's Annex classroom. There, coffee purists can find single-origin espresso from a La Marzocco GS3 machine and slow brews prepared via java-geek specialty drips like Chemex pour-overs, ceramic filter-cone Bee House drippers or a siphon vacuum brewer. The café also offers the chain's full line of 20 seasonal coffees, plus pastries from Momofuku Milk Bar, Ovenly and Doughnut Plant. Stumptown's capped baristas host meet-the-roaster events, daily cuppings and brewing demonstrations in the 1,700-square-foo space, handsomely outfitted with walnut herringbone floors, marble surfaces and 17-foot-high ceilings.