We’ve recently learned that Irving Farm will be opening a second location on the Upper West Side, thanks to our tipster who goes by ‘Upper West Sider’.
Irving Farm’s second location will measure 1,000 square feet and will be located at 2001-2007 Broadway, the retail section of Dorchester Towers (which has a residential address of 155 West 68th Street). It will be taking the place of Loft/Ann Taylor, which previously occupied the space. Additional retail spaces are currently open in the building. Here are more listing details from Compass.
This will be Irving Farm’s 10th location. The original UWS location can be found at 224 West 79th Street, between Broadway and Amsterdam.
Irving Farm is a coffee shop that gives its customers locally sourced, fair trade, and tasty coffee beans. The cozy ambience and overall relaxed vibes make it a great work-and-sip spot. If you’re hungry, they offer an extensive breakfast and lunch menu too.
The first Irving Farm opened in Gramercy, and after a successful start, founders converted a carriage house in upstate NY into a roastery. At the time roasting wasn’t yet permitted in NYC. During this time, the Upper West Side location quietly became a local staple. On a Saturday morning, cafe go-ers can expect a bustling scene with friendly service, and hopefully more of the same to come at the new location.
We’ve reached out to Irving Farm and they’ve told us the new location will most likely open in the spring. We’ll update you when we have more information!Join our newsletter for more food + drink news: