Coffee Shop Guide: New York City
I love discovering coffee shops in Manhattan. I wanted to list a couple of cute coffee shops that I have enjoyed and would recommend if you wanted to have a good pick me up and wanted to support mom-and-pop shops. It also helps if you like coffee.
Coffee Shops in Manhattan
1. Everyman Espresso:
Address: 301 W Broadway, New York, NY 10013
I like Everyman Espresso as it is a good place to work with your laptop. This is what I generally look for when finding a coffee shop. It’s open and wonderful to be in.
2. Caffee Vita:
Address: 124 Ludlow St, New York, NY 10002
This coffee shop is very small and overpriced BUT the coffee is really good. I enjoy going here. It is good in summer when you want to grab a coffee and walk around outside.
3. Irving Farm New York:
Address: 224 W 79th St, New York, NY 10024
Irving Farm has good coffee even though it is small and gets really crowded when busy. It is a good place for coffee chats and catchups but not good to work on your laptop.
4. Think Coffee:
Address: 248 Mercer St, New York, NY 10012
Think coffee is the best of both worlds. You have a great space to work and catch up on. You are able to do either or, which is something I enjoy! I enjoy their coffee and they have a good menu if you are looking for something to eat.
5. Joe & The Juice:
Address: 1114 6th Ave, New York, NY 10110
My friend and I go there when we generally want to work on our laptops or wait until we need to get the train as I go to Penn Station and she goes to Grand Central. There is a lot of space to sit and work and catch up.
If you have any suggestions on different coffee shops in and around New York City. I would love the suggestion! If you haven’t followed me on social media, be sure to follow me on Instagram and Facebook. If you want to read more about coffee shops in Manhattan, you can check it out here.