With a growing number of consumers embracing the flat white, a New York-based coffee shop called 'Happy Bones' is ensuring that the American version is just as good as what is brewed down under.
Happy Bones is a compact cafe located in New York City's ultra-hip Nolita neighborhood. Part of what sets the shop apart from other cafes in the city is its minimalist decor, which consists of white brick walls, angled steel shelves and edgy stenciled branding. However, it is not just the gallery-style space that makes the coffee shop unique. Indeed, Happy Bones is also known for its take on New Zealand coffee culture, with a specific emphasis on flat whites. In fact, even New Zealand Prime Minister John Key has been spotted cozying up to the counter.
With so many coffee shops to choose from in New York, Happy Bones sets itself apart with its contemporary decor and exceptional coffee -- making it the perfect stop for those attending Trend Hunter’s New York innovation conference.