8. Caffè Reggio, Greenwich Village
Caffè Reggio brings a bit of old-school Italian charm to Greenwich Village. This isn’t only one of New York’s coziest coffee shops, but also on of its most historic. It is one of the oldest continually running coffee shops in New York City and has one of the oldest espresso machines, which originally ran on coal.
Greenwich Village Coffee Tour
The cafe boasts warm-colored walls, a tin ceiling, and an eclectic mix of furniture. Large 16th-century Italian paintings hang on the walls while the shiny silver espresso machine sits proudly in the dining room. Greenwich Village is brimming with coffee history and other historic coffee shops that you can check out on Untapped New York’s coffee tour. Address: 119 MacDougal Street