Top 10 best coffee shops new York
Author: Anna Kazakova
cafe coffee new York
How to Wake up early in the morning, and, as if descended from the TV screen, the heroine of the movie, touting Breakfast cereal, to soar with the songs around the house? For most of us the answer is simple as a Cup of cappuccino. In the literal sense of the word. In the morning we all need coffee. And if we are talking about the new Yorker, then you know – without coffee, life in the Big Apple almost impossible.
What are the statistics? The last 6 years, new Yorkers drink 7 times more coffee than people in other U.S. cities. Just think – if in San Francisco or in Los Angeles drink an average of no more than 10-15 cups of coffee per month per person, in new York city the figure is closer to 50-70 cups per month! Of course not every resident of the Big Apple drinking coffee in such quantities, but there are so many people who in the days of the week drink up to 5 cups a day, so that averages out very impressive!
Do you want to know how much it costs in us a love for coffee? According to the same statistics, half of the employed population of the city spends more than $5 per day (Monday to Friday), for a total of $1.090 per year! The younger generation (18 to 34 years), spend two times more on coffee than their older counterparts after 45 years. While the expenditure of young people is approximately equal to $25 per week on coffee, older people spend more than $15. These costs take into account only purchasing take-away coffee. You can safely add another few hundred dollars a month that you spend on buying coffee in supermarkets back home.
Life in new York simply requires to understand coffee and know the best coffee shops in town. Despite the huge love of all things fast (eating and drinking on the go much better in new York), sometimes still want to sit at a beautiful table in a cozy cafe and SIP to enjoy a drink with a bitter aftertaste.
Top 10 best coffee shops in new York. Enjoy!
No. 1: Maman
Where: Nomad, Meatpacking, Soho, Tribeca, Greenpoint
Not to say that Maman serves the cheapest coffee in town. The price tag here is somewhat above the average for new York. A Cup of espresso will cost you $2.5, and latte will already have to pay $4-4,5. But you have to visit this cozy establishment. Coming here, you will magically appear in Paris. And delicious pastries being served in the coffee shop with your favorite guests will force you to add this place to the list of mandatory places to visit in new York.
Number 2: Toby’s Estate
Where: 125 North 6th Street, Brooklyn, New York
Toby’s Estate in Brooklyn is not only the coffee, but the school is making coffee. Design coffee made in the loft, there’s a lot of open space and seats. There was a place and a tiny kitchen, which is open daily from 7 am to 3 PM. You will be offered Breakfast and lunch at Toby’s Estate. Try the egg rolls with bacon, toast with avocado or cooked immediately homemade muffins. The main plus of institutions – they use products from approved suppliers, focusing on balance and quality.
No. 3: Stonefruit Espresso
Where: 1058 Bedford Ave Brooklyn, NY
Stonefruit Espresso is a cafe, running on the system “from field to table” in Brooklyn. This restaurant was able to combine the benefits of seasonal organic fruit and vegetables and modern lifestyle. It serves not only coffee, but tea, whose taste is very different from the usual drinks, gallons purchased by residents in outlets of fast food. We should also mention the relaxed atmosphere of this coffee shop. Life in new York can bring enough stress, while in Stonefruit Espresso come for the rest. Almost half of the coffee shop is a flower shop. Cappuccino, macchiato or Americano will cost you $3-5 for a Cup, but trust me – it’s worth it.
No. 4: Birch Coffee
Where: 40-37 23rd Street, Long Island City, NY
This network café is having 10 different coffee shops in all parts of the city. But especially lucky residents of long island. You will be sure to try the local macchiato or Chai latte, prepared for you from the best milk and the best quality coffee beans. Then you can safely settle in a cozy corner in a nice place and read a book while the aroma of freshly brewed coffee fills all the space around you.
No. 5: Culture Espresso
Where: 72 West 38th St. New York, NY
This place is primarily known for its best in the city “flat white”. Culture Espresso is one of those places where you want to return daily. In summer there is often order iced coffee with the addition of oat milk (can you imagine how much health a single Cup of coffee?). You can add a little homemade vanilla syrup and your coffee will be a little sweeter. If that’s not enough for you to go today to this wonderful cafe, report: 2017, delicious cookies with chocolate chips was voted number one in the annual cookie contest.
No. 6: Sweatshop
Where: 232 Metropolitan Ave, Brooklyn, NY
Sweatshop stands out among other coffee shops in the city a unique atmosphere that combines the most attractive features of the Australian cafes and rigor of the design Studio. Ryan De Remer (Ryan De Remer), a co-founder of the store, said that this space is best described as a “thriving centre of the community for coffee lovers and designers”. One of their most popular drinks is the Sparky, which is made from ice espresso, tonic water and lime.
No. 7: Pietro Nolita
Where: 174 Elizabeth Street New York, NY
If you remember the stereotypes, Pietro Nolita is a Paradise for blondes. The fact that the main color of this institution is pink. But frankly, this interior, just an attempt of the designer to create a brand not a business environment in one of the most busy cities of the USA. To match the interior and are the main drinks in the coffee shop. The best drink is vanilla latte, mocha, and for brunch or dinner you will be served cooked according to old Italian recipes eggs Benedict and toast.
No. 8: Black Fox
Where: 70 Pine Street New York, NY
The perfect place to meet in the afternoon or after work. Coffee Black Fox opened the doors of his establishment in the heart of Manhattan in 2016 and since then it has become one of the most popular places in the city. Everything here is chosen as follows: location, design, time, and the best coffee recipes.
No. 9: Devoción
Where: 69 Grand St. (at Wythe), Brooklyn, NY
This place has only three coffee shops, two in Brooklyn and one in Colombia. But not in the state of the U.S. and in Latin America – the birthplace of the most rewarding and the most special coffees in the world. Cafe opened in a former warehouse. Here come not only for coffee but also listen to live music or watch live performances and installations. There are a lot of comfortable sofas where you will certainly find a place in rainy weather.
No. 10: Two Hands
Where: Nolita, 164 Mott St, New York, NY
In the coffee shop know who your suppliers coffee beans that bring in Two Hands from Nicaragua. Imagine the cafe staff twice a year to personally come to this Central American country to select the best specimens. The only way they can guarantee their customers the best quality in town. Besides coffee, Two Hands offer a proper attention to food such as a cake with a ricotta with the addition of blackberries and cashews. You won’t be disappointed.
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