Frenchish café chain has many, many outposts throughout NYC, and this one's as pleasant as any, with lovely windows for scoping Park Slope bustle. Coffee spread is a cut above the usual, joi... read more
Nabe spot ready to tug you into your waking hours. Opens at 7am on the weekdays with D’Amico espresso, Blue Sky muffins, Bagel Hole bagels. Fine tea, too, of course. Friendly staff, comfy spa... read more
Restaurant, coffee shop, and market inside new-school condo The Edge. Main room sees long communal tables and 17-foot ceilings. Name is Italian for factory, reflected in huge murals of machine imag... read more
Funky little coffee shop provides just about the only taste of Miami in Bushwick. Legit café con leche, adulterated with a pinch of butter and salt. Plenty of caffeine alternatives, from ice... read more
Coffee and cold brew, roasted in-borough. Simple shop run by a former rock climber and model duo. Plenty of space, long wooden bar. “F**k Sleep” tees make for easy souvenir shopping. Lo... read more
Blue Bottle Coffee from San Francisco joined by Franco-Hungarian fare. Salami and cheese board, breakfast sandwiches, and quiches all lean hard on organic ingredients. Clean white walls and dark br... read more
Australian-based boutique roaster breaks all the rules. Sticking out from the homogenous coffee scene brewed up in Williamsburg, Toby's makes coffee designed for you, by you. Unlike cramped co... read more
By the same folks who brought you Seersucker is this shoe box of a cafe. Saying it gets crowded is an understatement, but there's a reason so many people flock here on a daily basis. The staff tend... read more
OMG, WTF brings the OCD to your morning cup o’ joe. Choose between five brew types, from body-oriented French Press to maximum-clarity cold brews. Siphon pots for when your status needs to sw... read more
Pacific Northwest makes a second play for global coffee domination. Only this time around, they know how to make a decent cup of joe. More than decent: much of the city's been swearing by these bea... read more
Nor Cal coffee maniacs bring their OCD to the Burg. "Artisan microroasting" is the strategy, with organic beans quick-bagged to prevent oxidation. Then the mad science begins. Five Japanese cold-ex... read more
The café arm of G-Point's Brooklyn Standard and Papacitos. Chef Cody Utzman takes inspiration from the bar tabacs of Burgundy, serves up casual fare with a French accent. Self-service scene,... read more
Little beacon of light off the Morgan stop on the L, Cafe Orwell isn't trying to reinvent hospitality as we know it, and that's a good thing. Focused on the basics - great coffee and tea, Bagels th... read more
No longer a place for freelancers to work and loiter (see the "no laptop" sign) unless you've come for the food. Formal dining room in the rear, casual café in the front, garden way back. D... read more
South of the Border-style coffee shop long on rustic charm. Coffee-can lights shade tile bar, lime-green walls get spruced up with folk art. Brainy BK crowd sips on Intelligentsia coffee, often in ... read more
Fussy coffee and the 11k machines to make it finallybust through to Billyburg. Lamborghini-orange device cranks out seriously smooth java. Spare, narrow space with exposed silver vents, brick, and ... read more
TEMPORARILY CLOSED DUE TO FIRE. Former chef at Gramercy Tavern dishes out high-quality, health-conscious food at everyman prices. Order from the chalkboard menus above the bar, then grab a seat. Wa... read more
There's no WiFi here, so focus on the cup of joe in front of you -- strong, flavorful, and famously hot. Coffee's the main game, but various teas have their fans, too. Spurs strong devotion and/or ... read more
Renovated townhouse charmingly decorated with pastel colors, patterned wallpaper, and vintage photographs. Former Barneys manager and co-owner did the place proud. Family tree linking husband and w... read more
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