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New York’s next corporate-sponsored, branded cafe arrives this fall — and this time it comes from mobile dating app Bumble, with food from the team behind hip destinations such as Charlie Bird.
Bumble, the female-friendly app known for allowing only women to make the first contact with matched users, is opening an all-day cafe and wine bar in Soho later this year, to be named Bumble Brew, Bloomberg reports.
Like other recent branded efforts such as the Danny Meyer-run Lexus restaurant, Bumble has tapped an acclaimed local team to run the food and drink program.
Delicious Hospitality, the restaurant group behind Soho Italian hit Charlie Bird and wood-fired pizza destination Pasquale Jones, will create the cafe’s pastry selection and a first-date appropriate menu for the evening.
It’s got that wonderful well-loved feel, with rustic furnishings and plenty of raw materials, including bare-brick walls and wooden floorboards.
Covering seven-floors, it manages to conceal 44 bedrooms, two bars, one restaurant, a spa, two drawing rooms and a self-serve charcuterie-cum-sweetie buffet.
The cobblestone streets of the surrounding neighbourhood are renowned for high-end shopping, but boutique brands have begun appearing, as well as swanky restaurants and bars.