By Noah Rinsky
When we put together seasonal drinks, our baristas build them from the ground up. Or in this case, the ‘Grounded-up.’ Testing each ingredient to make sure that the spice, sweetness, and occasional bitterness brings out the most essential elements of coffee and tea.
After all, there’s no point in throwing premium organic spices at low quality coffee or tea. In this case, for the hot ‘Chaider,’ we start with an organic Indian Assam tea that can withstand the zest of black tellicherry pepper, and the bite of cardamom. Continue reading
Join us on Sunday December 1st from 7-9pm for an amazing opening & reception for artist Jack Schursky entitled “”ART VS TV!” from 7:00pm – 9:00pm. His art will be on display thru the end of the year.
Born in Bryn Mawr, PA, raised in Rye, NY, Jack Schursky received his Bachelors of Arts in Studio Art in 2009 at SUNY Stony Brook, and Masters of Art Education in 2011 at Hofstra University in Long Island. Since, Jack has taught swimming in Long Island, science through outdoor education in the mountains of California, as well as marine conservation through artwork at the Seattle Aquarium. His main influences are Vincent Van Gogh & Paul Cezanne, with recent additions of Salvador Dali & Dr. Seuss.
By Noah Rinsky
Grounded’s co-owner, Jen Greenberg is well-known around the cafe for her talkative cheery nature, original latte creations, and clever sandwich names.
Queen of the espresso machine, Jen is more than a barista and sandwich maker. She’s responsible for the most asked about fall food item: Grounded’s Hot Vegetarian Chili.
That’s right, Jen’s toasty chili packs away 1000 units of cayenne heat! But it’s only available during two seasons and will satisfy (or trick) any meat-lover into thinking that they’re eating beef.
Located in the back of the kitchen, our chili is served with fresh bread and is completely vegan.
Pair Jen’s vegan chili with a vegetarian or non-vegetarian breakfast wrap and you’ve got yourself a feast.
Greenberg’s vegan chili has been in the family well before Grounded’s birth WAY back in 2004, and isn’t going anywhere. Well, maybe not…Catch it while you can, because chili season at Grounded ends when the weather gets toasty!