An Aug. 28 finale has been set for Tria Cafe Fitler Square, which opened in April 2015.
Both locations, specializing in bagels, sandwiches, and cold-brew coffee, will have kiosks for ordering,
One specializes in breakfast and the other in empanadas. There's a $50,000 prize up for grabs.
The delivery service said it studied orders placed by accounts with .edu email addresses from the fall 2016 semester and spring 2017 semester collectively.
"Millennials don't eat bread," Louis Sarcone Jr. laments. "Everything is no carbs, and 'do you have bread without gluten?' "
The look is warmer and richer - it's remarkable what wainscoting, wall sconces, new paint, marble tables, and padded chairs will do.
Full operation begins Aug. 17.
The restaurants trade ideas on the rotolo and SmokeShack.
Pretzel-crusted Philly cheesesteak croquettes wins an "Iron Chef"-style competition among Spectra chefs.
Owner Charlie Collazo says he has other plans in the works.
The restaurant, which opened in April 2013, will be renovated and is expected to reopen later this year with a new name and concept.
"I just got tired of this," said owner Mike Naessens.
Bottles of more than 120 local spirits line the shelves, and - says veteran barman and co-owner Jon Medlinsky - it's 80 percent to 90 percent of what he serves.
The classic brasserie will take over the former bank building that housed Primavera Pizza Kitchen.