What to Know
- Friday, Sept. 29 is National Coffee Day
- Coffee shops and other locations are offering free cups of joe or other deals
- The New York Coffee Festival is next month
National Coffee Day is upon us again and stores across the tri-state are serving up free cups of brew and other deals to mark the special occasion Friday.
Dunkin’ Donuts is offering a free medium hot coffee when you purchase a medium or larger hot coffee.
McDonalds is dishing out $2 small McCafes all day.
Cinnabon is giving away a free 12-ounce coffee all day.
Krispy Kreme is turning National Coffee Day into an all-weekend event, with free premium blend coffee available on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Wawa is handing out a free cup of any size Wawa coffee throughout the day.
Birch Coffee is letting customers “pay what you please” for coffee at their location on Houston Street from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. They’re also giving away “Birch Barkiattos” (Barquillo? Biscotti?) to the four-legged friends of coffee lovers.
Black Fox Coffee Co. in Lower Manhattan is offering $2 flat whites all day.
Le Petit Parisien in Midtown East is offering free coffee all day.
Cumberland Farms is giving out a free cup of coffee all day. They have locations in New Jersey and on Long Island.
Peet's Coffee will apply a 25 percent discount to purchases of fresh coffee beans and give away a free cup of coffee to boot.
Keurig is celebrating all weekend long with 20 percent off all of its pods. Customers should use the code CELEBRATE when purchasing.
Grand Central Terminal is going all out to celebrate coffee, with tastings and java-related events. Vanderbilt Hall will be transformed into a European-style plaza featuring vendors selling regular cups of coffee for $1. Visitors can also buy a $5 flight of coffee to sample 4-ounce samples from Grand Central coffee shops. All of the coffee flight proceeds go to Coffee Kids, a nonprofit that benefits coffee farmers and their families. There will also be coffee talks and musical acts throughout the day.
On a side note, coffee lovers also shouldn't forget about the New York Coffee Festival next month.