In NYC, there are plenty of coffee shops to explore. Whoever lives in the city has their favorite place, but if you are new or looking to try something new we have 7 recommendations for you!
4415 4th Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11220
Cousins Ali Suliman and Hakim Sulaimani launched Yafa Cafe in 2019 and the cousins also started to roast an in-house line of coffee during the pandemic.
12 Belvidere St
Brooklyn, NY 11206
Drip Coffee opened in Bushwick and was deemed an instant hit due to their drinks and service. Owner Nigel Price operated the shop alone in the first six months, and since then he’s hired an entire team. He also has opened a second location in Brooklyn Heights.
20 Old Fulton St
Brooklyn, NY 11201
Some of the freshest coffee beans in the city comes from % Arabica. Its first U.S. location opened in Brooklyn. Customers can buy beans to be roasted on the spot in seven minutes.
69 Grand St
Brooklyn, NY 11249
Located in Brooklyn, this Williamsburg roastery and cafe pay homage to Bogota, Colombia. Every last bean arrives through the mail directly from Colombia just 10 days after being picked. Devoción also has locations in Downtown Brooklyn and Flatiron.
149 Elizabeth St
New York, NY 10012
This Nolita cafe by Nicaraguan-American founder César Vega serves Nicaraguan coffee and is a spot that should be on your radar. There are other items beside a cup of coffee to purchase such as totes, pretty magazines, and of course coffee beans.
708 3rd Ave
New York, NY 10017
This busy Midtown shop serves Australian-style coffee located in an area that is filled with Starbucks. Flat whites, cold brews, lattes, and many more excellent choices along with food to die for.
60 W 129th St
New York, NY 10027
Lenox Coffee roasts its beans out of Red Hook and the milk they use is locally sourced from an upstate called Battenkill Valley Creamery. Located in Harlem, it has been open since 2011 and still going strong.
There are so many more coffee places in the NYC area to try. We have given you 7 to start with so please let us know about your future coffee discoveries. 7 NYC Coffee Shops You Should Try. In a mood to try an upscale, delicious restaurant ? Try The Leopard at des Artistes