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To encourage customers to come and engage with them, Sarah explains that they charge for the coffee and baked goods at a significantly reduced rate and no tipping is allowed, instead guests are encouraged to support local initiatives. They know that whenever you offer anything for free in New York City people suspect you of having an agenda and they want to be upfront about what their ministry is all about.
The menu includes all espresso coffee drinks, pour over coffee, teas and pastries/baked goods, and eventually they will serve smoothies and panini sandwiches. Some drinks are based on popular coffee served in cafes in Israel, including Coffee Hafuch, literally upside-down coffee, so named because coffee is added to milk rather than the other way around. This Israeli treat is made with the hot milk going into the cup first, and then the espresso is added second.
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