In Greenwich Village is one of New York City’s coffee mainstays, the Porto Rico Importing Company. First opened in 1907,
September 29th is National Coffee Day. NYC has no shortage of coffee shops and we've discovered many of them but today, we are sharing our favorite truly hidden coffee shops.
Tucked in Midtown with a facade of stained glass windows is a church founded for Swedish seamen that has a cozy secret: a hidden coffee shop. The building itself also has a great history.
Influenced by houses of literature in European cities, the new Center for Fiction in Downtown Brooklyn hosts a bookstore, library, writer’s studio, and café.
From a surf shop/coffee shop to a motorcycle shop/cafe, here are 12 of the most interesting examples of coffee shop combinations in New York City.
New York City boasts many coffeehouse- and restaurant-church combinations, including hidden cafes, ex-nightclubs, and music venues in church basements.
If you find yourself venturing out into the tundra that is currently New York City, make sure to find a refuge that offers a warm, cozy place to defrost.
Swiss Water Coffe Studio is a new pop-up coffee shop in NYC's SoHo neighborhood that is giving away free, decaffeinated coffee. And New Yorkers are outraged.
At small but quirky NYC coffee and retail shop, Fair Folks and a Goat, customers pay a monthly membership fee for unlimited coffee, espresso, tea and lemonade.
Meet Mike Caswell, founder of NYC's Roasting Plant coffee shop, which uses vacuum-aided pneumatic tubes to deliver roasted coffee to its patrons in no time.