The 10 Best Coffee Shops in New York, New York
2. Rubber N' Road
- 211 Reviews
3. Cafe Ubani
- 170 Reviews
4. Village creperie
- 77 Reviews
7. Dell'Aria • Italian Coffee Roaster & Espresso Shop
- 46 Reviews
10. Teavva 茶花女
- 31 Reviews
13. El Condor Coffee Roasters
- 26 Reviews
19. Full Tank Moto Cafe
- 10 Reviews
Some of the most higly rated Coffee Shops in New York are:
- ARVACI coffee (5/5)
- Rubber N' Road (5/5)
- Cafe Ubani (5/5)
- Village creperie (5/5)
- Desert Rose Café (5/5)
- 787 Coffee (5/5)
- Dell'Aria • Italian Coffee Roaster & Espresso Shop (5/5)
- Fillup Coffee (5/5)
- Le Cafe Coffee (5/5)
- Teavva 茶花女 (5/5)
- TIBAS COFFEE SHOP (5/5)
- Tenz Espresso Bar (5/5)
- El Condor Coffee Roasters (5/5)
- Sorella Coffee (5/5)
- Black Fox Coffee (5/5)
- Blank Street Coffee (5/5)
- Blank Street Coffee (5/5)
- Partners Coffee (5/5)
- Full Tank Moto Cafe (5/5)
- La Colombe Coffee Roasters (5/5)
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Small, but mighty coffee shop — with seating and freshly baked treats, but what’s most important is friendly service and really good coffee. The cute latte art is another plus. Perfect alternative to breakfast at one of the many nearby hotels. Also loved that they are playing happy music in the background!
Max & Gil have created a fantastic refuge from the bustling city. Their store is the perfect place to stop by for the best coffee in the city and good conversation. Their selection of cycling clothing and accessories is arguably the best in the city. It's also the only place to pick up niche cool brands from all over the world🌍. There's place to park your bike, some outdoor seating, and it's a short ride to great cycling roads in and out of the city. They also do same day delivery in the city which is bonkers. Great place to get a cyclist a gift on short notice 😉
Hands down, one of the best restaurants in NYC. From the outside it may just look like a small cafe, but in addition to espresso, Cafe Ubani has an expansive menu of incredible Georgian cuisine. The flavors and textures are Michelin-star-worthy! We had the beet salad, cauliflower with walnut cream, cheese boat (essential!) and dumplings. These dishes were so delicious because they had authentic flavors. Our amazing server (who is one of the owners) said the spices are so unique to Georgia that they have them imported directly from there - and if they don’t have the spice one day, then they don’t make the dish. They never compromise. I’ve been to other places where cheese boats are served and they’re so Americanized that you feel sick when you leave. Not here. Cafe Ubani does it beautifully! The cheese to bread balance is perfect. I left feeling satisfied and comfortable. To top things off, we finished with the honey cake which was by far one of the best desserts I have had in years. I am already planning to go there for my birthday in April to have that cake again. Their pastry chef is amazing — whoever they are! The service was fantastic, too. We really were amazed by our experience.
Everything was AMAZING and super friendly people :) we landed here by accident and so glad we stopped in and changed our original breakfast plans. Highly recommend!
Amazing service, staff, and food! They were able to accommodate out party of . They went above and beyond to make sure we were accommodated. The food is high quality and it is quite reasonable in $$ considering the area. Also, it is halal which was a huge plus for our group. /
They grew their own coffee in Columbia and bring them to NYC every week. The barista is super friendly
Omfg! This place is amazing! The staff is friendly and professional. The coffee is incredible. Second time here. Definitely on my top list of coffee shops to go to in Harlem. Lots of beautiful sunlight coming in and very cool chill set up. Perfect if you want to just hang out with a friend or want to get some work done.
Cozy cafe with a number of seats for working and reading. Love the vibe and coffee! I tried oat latte and coconut pastry and they were great. Would def come back.
Awesome coffee and breakfast sandwiches! Friendly staff. My wife picked up our coffee and breakfast for all four days we were in NYC. I liked their cortada, my wife liked the lavender latte. Their truffle egg sandwich is my favourite. Definitely check this place out.
This is my new favorite boba shop! The tea has a rich, authentic flavor, and the tapioca is delicious. Even my mom said that she loves this tea more than the other stores (she had the ice cream milk tea)! The staff is also friendly so that’s a plus. If you’ve never been here, you have to check it out! You’ll be hooked ^_^
OMG!!! I stopped by this AMAZING little coffee shop yesterday morning. And I’m so glad I went in! The place is clean and neat, and and the owner is super nice and friendly! I tried the chocolate banana crepe and caramel latte and damnnnnn, the crepe is absolutely delicious and the coffee is ON TOP OF THE WORLD! I will definitely stop by again whenever I’m close by!! (Apparently they just opened not too long ago, lucky me!)
I live right down the block and can't believe this was only my first visit here! I was looking for a new coffee option in the neighborhood and decided to come to Tenz after seeing so many 5 star reviews. Definitely didn't disappoint! The espresso is delicious and the employees are so friendly! So many people coming in and a few who are even known by name! The prices are reasonable and, I have to say again, the coffee is fantastic. Definitely my new favorite spot, can't wait to come back.
Amazing cafe that exceeded our expectations beyond words! I stumbled on the place on Google and was intrigued by the food menu so made a reservation. Upon arrival, despite the crowd, the staff quickly seated us at the table. Food wise we had the AB&J club (must get!), morning congee, chickpea toast, Moroccan pastry (fluffy coconut orange cookies), chocolate chip cookies, and buckwheat scone. Everything was solid and delicious! Also they make everything (except) the croissant in house and do not use refined sugar. Other than the Moroccan pastry that had powdered sugar on top, everything was sweetened with maple syrup. The food presentation was also beautiful with stylish plates. The AB&J was with fresh kumquat preserves that tasted super refreshing and juicy. Drinks wise we got almond latte (House made almond milk) and a super refreshing and aromatic mint tea. Service was top notch. Every staff was efficient and friendly. The owner Nicolas (who is an experienced hospitality manager with Michelin restaurants experience) was also working onsite passionately explained the concept and menu to us. The decor was very stylish and had an inviting and cozy ambience. It's a place where one could feel relaxed, welcomed while enjoying quality food and drinks. Definitely a must try and highly recommend!
An absolute hidden gem. Fantastic coffee, warm atmosphere, a perfect place with lots of regulars who love running into each other every day, I’ve never seen anything like it. The baristas will make you any combination of coffee you could dream of, and they love talking to everyone. Lots of room to chat or work, and they welcome dogs too! GREAT pastries, diverse selection. Beautifully designed to be as cozy as possible. Wow.
Always excellent cup of flat white! It is hard to be consistently great, but these guys somehow do this every time! They also have yummy baked goods.
A small counter-serve cafe great for a quick breakfast and coffee. While on the way to work, I got drawn by the sign featuring honey rose latte. Along with the latte, I got the cinnamon bun which was okay. The latte had a prominent honey note and a subtle rose note that made it taste similar to a cereal milk which was great for waking up my taste buds in the morning. They also had breakfast burritos and other interesting seasonal specials that I would probably try on my next visit.
Amazing service here, the girl working is always so friendly and quick! I especially love their espresso tonic, and the loft seating upstairs is so spacious. The apple cider donuts are a must.
Legendary spot : This is the 'cafe racer' spot to beat them all. Feels right at home on the foothills of the Manhattan bridge. Open, bright, and airy. The space strikes a marbelous balance between art and motorcycles, along with all the various fluids that keep those things going. It's a venue space yet it's a workspace. It's a place to meet and commune with other petroheads, artists & friends. That is after all, the very spirit of the cafe; –"If once the place of the sacred was the church, now it was the café, or the art Salon".
Clean and basic coffee shop attached to the Whole Foods. A little bit corporate feeling. I had a straight espresso (Nizza - dark roast). It was very good. Not amazing, but very good.