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Stumptown Coffee Roasters

Stumptown Coffee Roasters is one of the premiere coffee roasters in the world. Since their start in '99, Stumptown has been committed to sustainability and worked to revolutionize the coffee world by introducing the direct trade model shortening the distance between coffee farmers and consumers. The company is roast-to-order, ensuring fresh coffee and low waste, and they still do most things by hand-- from roasting to sewing ribbons on Grand Cru bags. Ox and Stumptown have a really special relationship and we couldn't be happier brewing their African, Latin American, Indonesian, and signature blends for our friends in Philadelphia. As a former Stumptown roaster in New York, Will has a lot of insight on the coffee offerings and hopes to curate a straightforward menu that allows the drip coffee and espresso drinks to speak for themselves.

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Lancaster Farm Fresh Cooperative

We are so excited to be working with Lancaster Farm Fresh to bring local and organic dairy to the shop. Small scale, family operations are kind of our thing and Lancaster Farm Fresh works to connect local farms, like Maplehofe Dairy and Kaufmann's Fruit Farm with local businesses, like us. They say that when you purchase Lancaster Farm Fresh products you can be confident that you will receive the freshest farm products, raised humanely, with consideration for the land, animals and people. We like that. They also have an awesome CSA program that runs year-round.  *New! LFFC now supplies the shop with granola bars from Amaranth Gluten Free Bakery.  They have gained a kind of cult following and we suggest you try one.

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Green Aisle Grocery

Green Aisle Grocery is the neighborhood market of your dreams! They started in 2009 and by 2012 they were making their own crazy good treats. One of the coolest things about Green Aisle is how creative they are in their craft: Kumquat Kaffir Chutney, Habanero Lime Cucumbers, Strawberry Apple Pink Pepper Preserves, and one of our favorites-- Raw Pistachio Butter! 2013 marked the year for their tea line launch and we jumped at the opportunity to steep their stuff. The beautiful Queen Village Chamomile features delicate chamomile flowers with local maple crystals. The Newbold Breakfast is darted with dried lavender and the LoMo Mate green is paired perfectly with shaved vanilla bean. For the warmer months, don't skip the Bella Vista Lemongrass iced variety with star anise and clipped kaffir lime leaves from Green Meadow Farm.

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Wilbur Chocolate

Wilbur Chocolate has been around since the 1800s, starting on North 3rd St. in Philly producing hard candy. After a short time, they added chocolate and cocoa to their menu and moved to a larger manufacturing facility. They continued to grow into the 1900s and added locations while merging with other manufacturers, suppliers, and distributers. Currently, they produce over 240 million pounds of chocolate products each year. We use their Dutch Processed Cocoa Powder for our mocha lattes and hot chocolate.

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Wild Flour Bakery

We first noticed Wild Flour at the Headhouse Farmers Market one Sunday morning. We got in touch with owner/baker Laura and she stopped by with a shopping bag full of pastries. The seasonal scones were moist and just sweet enough. The oatmeal cookies were hands down the most delicious oatmeal cookies we've ever had. There are no real words for what happened when we tried the brownie. Though we are first and foremost a coffee shop and our primary focus is serving the best coffee in town, it can't hurt to have the best pastries too. Wild Flour delivers fresh goods each and every morning and we beg you to eat them before we do.

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Gilda's Biscotti

For good measure, we threw a little bit of Jersey into the mix. Gilda heard the call for authentic biscotti in the Philadelphia area and she answered by founding a daily operation of small batch, hand cut traditional biscotti in Salem, NJ. Gilda's biscotti are straightforward, light, and flavorful and they're proudly crafted without butter, oil, shortening, preservatives, emulsifiers, or artificial colors and flavors.

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LeBus Bakery

On a chilly morning in November, 1978, David Braverman opened the window of an old school bus he had converted to a food vending truck and greeted the first LeBus customer. David had home-roasted beef for sandwiches, fresh baked blueberry muffins, and hot coffee for students at the University of Pennsylvania. With no formal culinary training other than what he had learned from his restaurateur father, David forged his business with three guiding principles: make everything from scratch, use the best ingredients, and try everything. Need we say more?

616 S. 3RD ST
PHILADELPHIA
Mon-Thur
7a - 5p
Fri
7a - 6p
Saturday
8a - 6p
Sunday
8a - 5p