These NYC coffee shops is a total stunner that you wouldn’t want to step out ones you get in without having your cup of coffee.
So let’s jump in and see the best coffee shops in NYC and get cozy with a warm cup of coffee this winter.
Spreadhouse Cafe, Lower East Side
A warm and cozy place to hop in for a warm cup of Joe this winter time in NYC. Spreadhouse is a creative agency that specializes in full-service film production with an in-house cafe, bar, and event space on the Lower East Side. The physical space is described as a “loft or a garage full of freelancers and people working on screenplays,” according to The Infatuation.
Black Cat, Lower East Side
Black Cat LES is “basically a living room,” says Untapped contributor Apoorva Tadepalli. It’s a neighborhood-driven coffee and tea house inside a dimly lit space that is fitted with comfy seats and vintage lounge furniture. A cozy place to get a warm coffee or tea this winter.
Toby’s Estate, Williamsburg
Although there are several Toby’s Estate locations, the original one in Williamsburg is generally the favorite among patrons. That’s because it’s home to the production team that roasts all of the coffee for its cafes and wholesale customers. Customers can actually watch the process unfold or learn about the coffee making process by taking a class at the brewing school there.
The Uncommons, Greenwich Village
If you are looking for a place to kill some time The Uncommons in Greenwich Village is a place to visit. The Uncommons is Manhattan’s first boardgame store and cafe that welcomes guests of all ages. There, you can find an expansive inventory of board and card games — one of the largest in the East Coast — that span across multiple genres.
Birch Coffee, Flatiron
If love books while sipping a cup of coffee Birch Coffee in Flatiron is a place to pay a visit. Although there are several Birch Coffee locations in Manhattan and Long Island City, its Flatiron outpost is particularly cozy. It seats about 30 people and is home to a little book nook that’s separated from the rest of the cafe.
Grounded, West Village
Another community-based coffee and tea house, West Village’s Grounded is far from a “well-polished” coffee shop. Yelpers describe the space as “ruggish,” artsy and homey. That’s because it’s decorated with a variety of seating options (from benches to couches and barstools), paintings, lamps and a ton of plants.
Like many of the other coffee shops on this list, there is also a bookshelf for anyone looking to cozy up with a good read. The skylight is an additional plus for this location.
The Marlton Espresso Bar, West Village
When you are looking for a coffee shop that is something classy head over in the Marlton Espresso Bar in West Village. This coffee shop is a bit fancy but when you need a morning coffee the Marlton Espresso Bar (Margaux) offers a warm refuge for you to camp out in. Space is covered with wood-paneled walls and features velvet couches, bookshelves, and heavy tables. The highlight, however, is the fireplace that’s not only functional but also decorative.
There are hundreds of coffee shops in NYC, but we think these 7 coffee shops are worth your time to pay a visit when you are in the city and get warm with a cup of coffee for winter.
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