Initially launched out of an old shoe factory building in Hapjeong, Anthracite Coffee now has six locations—five in Seoul, one on Jeju Island—which serve up single-source and mixed roast coffees (all named after famous artists and writers) as well as home-baked Madeleines and Financiers. The Seogyo location, fitted with red wood furniture, is split across multiple stories and has floor-to-ceiling windows that open out onto long balconies overlooking a rock garden. Anthracite Coffee 475-22 Seogyo-dong Mapo-gu Seoul South Korea TwitterFacebookPinterest Related Stories Food City Guide Sonny A Copenhagen coffee shop influenced by the traditions of French wine making. Food Partnerships City Guide Tim Wendelboe One man's mission to educate, innovate, and serve the world's best brew. Food Issue 15 Caffeine à la Carte: A Coffee Menu Designed with budding entrepreneurs in mind, our coffee-inspired recipes will give you ideas for new ways to fulfill your daily caffeine consumption. Food Issue 14 A Cup of Goodwill The Neapolitan custom of caffè sospeso brings a community-minded meaning to “two cups a day.” Arts & Culture Food Issue 43 Cold Comfort The plain decency of a doorstep casserole. Food Issue 42 Erchen Chang Bigger, better, bao-ier.