Articles About Case Study

April 17, 2014

Miguel and Lee Corrina Cano have a background in product design, strategy and sustainability, and an intense love for all things simple and delicious. After discovering the world of high-quality specialty coffee, it wasn't long before the couple came up with their own plan to fill a niche for accessible, hand-crafted coffees in an authentic, warm-modern environment.... Read more »

January 29, 2014

3 Days in Paris is a small, local crepe shop that specializes in making hand-held, street style, sweet and savory crepes.  The journey began in 2008 when I went on a tour of Europe with my family and spent 3 days in Paris. While there we all enjoyed eating crepes on the go while touring the sights. Once back home, I craved those same crepes and began the process of learning to make them in my kitchen.... Read more »

October 21, 2013

Following on with our series of Case Studies, we sat down with our friends at Morsels in Traverse City, MI. The independent cafe and bakery opened in 2008, and is known for incredible bite sized baked goods and doing a fantastic job with their coffee program. They are currently in the middle of the buildout for their second location.... Read more »

June 12, 2013

After our recent case studies of Gasoline Alley in New York, and Publican Restaurant here in Chicago, we spoke with Luke and Alexis Shaffer, owners of the wonderful 21st Street Coffee and Tea in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania. Luke & Alexis are both engineers by training, and they apply the same exacting standards and attention to detail from that profession to their coffee approach, to the great benefit of the good people of Pittsburgh. Each of their two locations boasts single origin menus and a variety of different brew methods for customers to enjoy.... Read more »

April 1, 2013

We’re fortunate to work with amazing businesses across the country.  Whether it’s coffee shops, restaurants, hotels, offices or grocery stores – each one approaches their business differently. In an effort to share ideas, we thought we’d highlight some of our strongest relationships by asking them a few questions. First up is Gasoline Alley in New York. We spoke to owners Nick Carnevale and Neville Ross.... Read more »