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.
The Brooklyn Strategist in Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn runs after school programs for kids, has a coffee shop, and becomes a BYOB game center for adults by night.
Ever left the subway with a craving for coffee only to wander for blocks looking for a great (non Starbucks) cafe to no avail? Search no more with this map.
With the help of Mitch Broder's book, Discovering Vintage New York, we've compiled our favorite vintage discoveries in this week's featured Foursquare list.
Jane Motorcycles, a coffee shop/motorcycle shop combo in Williamsburg has a nice balance of everything you want--espresso, gallery, motorcycles and gear to go.
We rounded up some of Brooklyn's best and most beautiful coffee shops, from Spina coffee shop/flower shop in Greenpoint to Hungry Ghost with artist murals inside BRIC House.