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Best Coffee Places in NYC

Posted by Lorela Blaka on Dec 9, 2016 11:54:40 AM

NYC demands high energy which comes through coffee. And as maximizers, we naturally want to get the best of everything. So is it safe to say we want to get the best coffee experience? Here are a few of the best coffee places in NYC:

Intelligentsia Coffee

The inside of Intelligentsia Coffee's High Line Coffee Bar inside the High Line Hotel
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Located between 20th St and 10th Ave, this place is right by The Highline landmark. You get treated with class as the doorman greets you upon walking in. During the summer, you can take your fresh coffee outside in the courtyard or in a to-go cup and walk along the Highline. On a rainy day you can sip inside this cozy cafe with your favorite book. The coffee beans are freshly roasted at their own facility within the week, so you’ll never be disappointed!

 

La Colombe

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If you live in the city, you can agree that this cafe HAD to make this list. They are well-known for their strong coffee, so especially for espresso lovers, it will give you the necessary kick in the morning. Also, their high quality beans will make for the best tasting coffee around. With a few locations in Lower Manhattan and Midtown, make sure to walk in and experience great coffee and great service!

 

Abraço

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If you miss European cafes like I do, go to this place ASAP. They are uniquely small and cozy with high quality coffee. It has a European ambience with delicious European baked goods and small dishes. Make sure to get an olive cookie to go along with your morning espresso! 

 

Blue Bottle

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With locations throughout NYC, make sure to stop by this place. It serves exceptional coffee that is perfectly creamy and smooth. They drip their coffee through mugs by pouring hot water manually into the filter, the traditional way. And the taste says it all. Try it once, and this place will turn into your new go-to.

Topics: New York City