Fairgrounds Coffee and Tea Bar

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The third outpost of this coffee house makes its way to Fulton Market, with skee ball, couches, swings and a 22-seat cocktail bar. Fairgrounds gives consumers a chance to try different brands and roasts of coffee in one spot. Customers can choose from nationally acclaimed options like Stumptown Coffee Roasters (Portland, Ore.), Irving Farm Coffee Roasters (New York) and Verve (Los Angeles), along with a collection of local favorites like Dark Matter Coffee and Metropolis. While you'll be able to drop in for a quick cup of coffee, it offers eight cold brews on draft, along with beverage flights. Schultz is also proud of a pour-over coffee process that he says is much quicker than the usual method.  There is a large tea program, including sparkling tea on tap, and a matcha bar that specializes in green tea. Elixirs (described as tea cocktails without alcohol) are served up fresh and include the rainforest remedy elixir which contains matcha, frozen pineapple, coconut water and coconut milk. To eat, find clean dishes like a hummus and rice bowl ($9.99), acai bowl ($11.99), as well as other favorites like a bacon and fried egg sandwich ($5.79), a lox platter, various salads and sandwiches, funnel cake fries, a kid's menu and nitro cheese dip.