809 seafood & coffee shop inc.

2190 great neck road
copiague, new york 11726

NYS Entity Status
ACTIVE

NYS Filing Date
MAY 21, 2013

NYS DOS ID#
4406473

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SUFFOLK

Jurisdiction
NEW YORK

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NONE

NYS Entity Type
DOMESTIC BUSINESS CORPORATION

Name History
2013 - 809 SEAFOOD & COFFEE SHOP INC.









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  • Japan's latest coffee craze will make you forget all about the Unicorn Frappucino
    By Adario Strange - Saturday Jul 15, 2017

    The culinary delights of Japan aren't limited to seafood. No, there is yet another realm of deliciousness to discover: Behold, the coffee ice cream cone.  

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    Yes, it is what it sounds like — the sweet caffeinated elixir that helps us go, coffee, lovingly poured into a wide array of ice cream cones. 

    It's both brilliant and potentially sinfully addictive.  Read more...

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  • You’re just 1 minute away from iced coffee with the HyperChiller
    By Molly Levine - Thursday Jun 15, 2017

    ‘Tis the season for cold drinks, but homemade iced coffee is difficult for those starting with the standard boiling-hot pot.  

    If you’re not a cold brew connoisseur, the HyperChiller may be the answer to your prayers. The device cools coffee up to 130 degrees F in 60 seconds with zero dilution.  

    Be sure to plan ahead, though. After filling the stainless steel chambers with water, throw it in the freezer overnight. When it’s time for your morning joe, pour any coffee into the top and swirl it around, then pour into the cup of your choosing.   Read more...

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  • Nescafe Promotes Instant Coffee Product With Self-Serve Coffee Taproom
    Friday Jun 16, 2017

    The campaign includes several videos being used in a paid digital media buy. WIP also created a Snachat Geo-Filter accessible only in the taproom.

    Source: Media Post: Social Media & Marketing Daily
  • This LEGO-style coffee mug is the official cure for the Mondays
    By Lindsay Robertson - Sunday Jul 9, 2017

    Your choice of coffee mug can say a lot about you. Maybe it tells the office that you’re the "World’s Best Boss." Maybe it warns co-workers: “Don’t Talk to Me Until I’ve Had My Coffee.” Perhaps it displays your love of canines via a screen-printed portrait of your dog’s goofy grin. But if you want your daily beverage to show off your creative side, you need the Build-On Brick Mug

    With its familiar peg-and-hole surface, this 12-ounce, food-grade, BPA-free plastic mug can be festooned with your favorite building bricks (a certain Danish brand comes to mind) in nearly limitless configurations. Want to turn your mug into a pirate ship? No problem. Feeling colorful? Grab your ROYGBIV hues and turn your cup-o-joe into a rainbow.  Read more...

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  • Californians should stay clear of these types of seafood this summer
    By Susana Guerrero - Wednesday Jun 28, 2017

    Seafood is practically synonymous with summertime, but before you indulge in your favorite sea dish you may want to consider if that fish is actually harmful for the environment. Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood Watch revealed the types of seafood they recommend consumers avoid this summer based on sustainability, and many of the seafood listed are household favorites.

    Source: SFGATE.com: Food & Dining
  • Scientists Want You To Do Everyone A Favor And Eat These Crabs
    By Mary Beth Quirk - Monday Jun 19, 2017

    There’s a certain type of crab that’s eating up more desirable seafood off the New England coast. The crab’s population could be thinned if commercial fishing operations harvested the darn things, but there’s no money in it. The solution? Figure out a way to make people want these crabs on their dinner plates.Rising populations of green crabs — native …

    Source: The Consumerist
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