[N]oted architect and designer Ken Fulk has entered the café business with the unveiling of his New York City coffee shop, Felix Roasting Co. The coffee bar and café features three unique “moments,” including a giant oblong bar topped with copper counter tops and a hand-leafed copper dome hanging overhead, named “the sanctuary”; a cozy lounge with elegant sofas for lingering customers; and a sunlight-filled entrance. Felix plans to make most of the shop’s ingredients for its elaborate drinks in-house, including marshmallows for its hickory-smoked s’mores latte, as well as a scratch-made almond and oat milk. Coffees will be sourced from all over the world, roasted in Texas, and shipped to the New York café. Pastries will be supplied by Supermoon Bakehouse.
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