So There's Going to Be a Bumble Café in NYC For You to Get Ghosted In


Bumble Brew, Bumble’s first-ever café, is almost here. The dating app will launch its café on July 24 in New York City. It’s designed to be a “safe space for healthy equitable relationships and connections,” according to Bumble. In short, a place to meet your Bumble dates if your they seem too sketchy to meet anywhere else. (Kidding)

Designed by FLOAT Design Studio, the all-yellow Bumble café can seat 80 people and includes a dining room for a more romantic setting, a private dining for something serious, patio seats for relaxed meetups, and a cocktail bar for casual dates. 

The food will be overseen by Pasquale Jones, the restaurant next door, so this won’t be a cheap date. This is certainly not a fast food joint since it’s also under the Delicious Hospitality Group.

Check out Bumble Brew's aesthetic setup: 

Photo by Bumble Brew.
Photo by Bumble Brew.


Bumble Brew is the latest brick-and-mortar concept created by a digital brand, a curious turn of events considering it’s usually brick-and-mortar stores that are transferring online. Just a few days ago,, a Conde Nast digital beauty publication, launched an actual store where readers (now customers) can peruse products from more than 150 brands.

Bumble Brew will offer a similar experience (No, we don’t mean you can peruse the men and women in the restaurant). At Bumble Brew, users can actually get to experience the dating app in real life as they meet up with potential matches or even people they match with on Bumble BFF or Business.

At least NYC singles won’t have to think hard about where to set up their dates... Or it could just be a place to get ghosted in.

If you do end up getting stood up, then at least the food is good?

Do you want to see something similar in the Philippines? Let us know in the comments below.

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