Proudly Serving all of Manhattan

Manhattan Areas
  • Central Park: This remarkable New York City green space is full of attractions and surprises.
  • Chelsea: Rollicking bars and a rock 'n' roll past meet gourmet eats and fine shopping in the gallery-rich West '20s.
  • Chinatown: The thriving immigrant community gives visitors access to the most far-flung wares and culinary delights.
  • East Village: Dive bars, coffee shops, vintage fashion, history, alternative theater and more await in this nabe.
  • Flatiron District: With a wide variety of retailers and nightlife options and a similarly diverse array of restaurants, this historic 'hood provides visitors enough activities for an entire trip.
  • Gramercy: NYC's most exclusive park is surrounded by stunning architecture, great food and live music.
  • Harlem: Head uptown to visit gallery spaces, new boutiques and dining hotspots.
  • Hell's Kitchen: This Midtown neighborhood is a haven for arts of all stripes, from theatrical to culinary.
  • Koreatown: Midtown's Korean neighborhood features an electric mix of dining, shopping and relaxation.
  • Lower East Side: Explore remnants of an immigrant past, check out contemporary art and up-and-coming bands, and visit the boutiques, bars and restaurants in this downtown neighborhood.
  • Lower Manhattan: Satisfy cravings for culture, cuisine, shopping and investment alike with a visit downtown.
  • Meatpacking District: This neighborhood is, well, packed with trendy eats, alternative art and designer fashion.
  • Midtown: Iconic attractions like the Empire State Building, Times Square and Broadway are just some of what you'll find in this comprehensive guide to Midtown culture, dining, shopping and more.
  • NoLIta and Little Italy: These two cozy, contiguous neighborhoods offer singularly excellent dining and shopping.
  • SoHo: The art-world cred here endures-along with some of the best shopping in town.
  • TriBeCa: Get to know this downtown neighborhood-from eateries like The Odeon and Macao Trading Company to hotspots like Tribeca Grand Hotel, Brandy Library and more.
  • Upper East Side: From Museum Mile and Madison Avenue to sushi, sundaes and sea lions, the UES suits all tastes.
  • Upper West Side: Bagels, brunch and biblical art are just a few of the attractions in this cultured NYC nabe.
  • West Village: A full spectrum of cultural and gastronomic offerings awaits in this cozy downtown neighborhood.

Reunion Island and Corporate Coffee Systems Support National Fair Trade Month

This year, October is national Fair Trade Month and therefore a great opportunity to put fair trade coffee and other fair trade products in the spotlight. Launched by Fair Trade USA at the start of the month, the 2012 campaign will see retailers and manufacturers promote the benefits of fair trade and attempt to educate consumers into making the right choices. One coffee brand that has strong ties with organic and fair trade organizations is Reunion Island Coffee. As Corporate Coffee Systems will be adding this brand to their coffee selection in the very near future, we are proud to offer responsible coffee lovers an exciting new option to enjoy delicious fair trade and organic coffee blends.

The Arabica coffee beans used to produce Reunion Island coffee are sourced from all over the world and their fair trade and organic ranges are no exception. On top of that, they offer a variety of blends for every taste and occasion. Dark French Roast blends and espresso coffee varieties are perfect for post-meal enjoyment or that little pick-me-up throughout the day. But the Ethiopian and Colombian coffees are also a common favorite. Thanks to Reunion Island's continued collaboration with a wide range of sustainability initiatives and other socially and environmentally responsible organizations under the umbrella program Reach, such as the Rainforest Alliance and a variety of Direct Trade partnerships, they not only provide us with delicious cups of coffee – they also help make the world a better place in the process.

More information on Reunion Island and their organic, fair trade and other coffee blends will be coming to the CCS website soon. So keep your eyes peeled and –above all – keep buying fair trade!