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Jacques Torres Is Coming To ButCaf

Overseen in Ferris: Master Pastry Chef and Chocolatier (according to his Twitter) Jacques Torres will be coming to Butler Cafe next Tuesday, February 24th from 3 to 4:30 pm. Also known as Mr. Chocolate, Torres is well-known for his cocoa creations, and he has eight locations throughout NYC. Treat yoself this midterms season and be sure to head over to ButCaf next Tuesday, and in the mean time, ButCaf is selling two kinds of hot chocolate (one of these flavors is called “Wicked”) and other treats by Torres.

Like a lecture but tastier

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  • genuine question says:

    @genuine question since when is “ButCaf” a thing?

    1. in answer to your question says:

      @in answer to your question I’ve been saying butcaf for a couple years

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