If the scent of roasting java beans wasn't enough, this cafe pop-up had plenty to lure you in from the chilly streets of New York. Café Bustelo set up the pop-up cafe for a week in October, giving out free samples of its regular, decaf and espresso shots.
Beyond a hot cup of coffee, some of the other things that the space had going in its favor were Wi-Fi, phone-charging stations, photo booths, lounge seating and live music. This is the perfect place to stop in, kick back and get caffeinated since there's so much to see and do. The pop-up only served one drink per customer each day, although Café Bustelo K-cups were available if you fell in love with a coffee so much and wanted to replicate it at home with a Keurig.
This Cafe Pop-Up is Loaded with Things to Get You in the Door
1. Pop-up Cafes - Opportunity for brands to create temporary, immersive experiences that attract customers with unique offerings and activities.
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1. Coffee Industry - Potential for coffee brands to create buzz and entice customers by offering immersive pop-up experiences that showcase their products.
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