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New Cafe to Open Next Month at The Jackson in LIC

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Nov. 7, 2019. By Shane O’Brien

A new café is set to open next month in The Jackson, a 10-story building in Long Island City that was completed in 2017.

Beanstalk Café will open at 11-51 47th Ave. toward the end of December, according to owner Xoshao He. The café, he said, is independently owned and not part of a chain.

The café will serve breakfast and lunch in addition to coffee, according to He, and will offer a variety of premade and made-to-order meals.

The coffee shop will be able to seat 10 customers, He said.

He plans to open the coffee shop, which is situated within a few yards of the 21st Street-Van Alst ‘G’ subway station, from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. seven days a week.

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Jimbo

This is great, but when are they gonna build something worthwhile on the LIRR Arch street yards across the street? what a waste of a great development site..

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Sal

this is great news, should hopefully activate this street corner a bit and maybe encourage some other cool things to move in. Glad its not a bank or dry cleaners or real estate office!

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