When you think of the best coffee shops in New York, the list goes far beyond the likes of The Hive and El Cerrito in Brooklyn.
It’s more than that, and if you’re like us and have never visited the area, it’s a great place to spend a day or a weekend.
We’re here to break down some of the most iconic spots in the borough, from the top spot in Queens to the cozy spot at the corner of Broadway and 5th Avenue in Manhattan.
We’ve put together a list of the top spots in Manhattan and Queens that you can visit for the best of both worlds, and we’ll be updating this article with new spots throughout the week.
(It’s important to note that our list isn’t meant to replace a trip to the coffee shops listed above, as we know you’re passionate about coffee, but we wanted to make sure we had the best options available.)
If you’re interested in the best places to drink coffee in NYC, read on for our list.
You’ll notice that we’ve added more locations to the list.
This is because we’re finding ourselves spending more time here each week.
That’s because we’ve noticed that the areas that are home to some of our favorite spots have been getting more and more crowded, so we’ve started adding more locations, and these spots have also been getting bigger.
So we’re adding a few more spots each week, and this is where we’ll continue to keep you updated on our list as we add more locations.
We’ll start with our list of top spots, because it’s important for us to make this a top-notch list.
We know that our readers are passionate about the coffee that they drink in their communities, so it’s always important for our readers to have a top spot on our lists.
So here’s what you need to know:In addition to the main bars and cafes on our map, there are many more places that you might enjoy to visit in the city.
We’ve tried to include all the bars and restaurants that are open year round, but some are closed for good during the summer, so feel free to visit your favorite spots at any time of year.
You’ll also notice that the list includes places like The Coffee House and the new Chemex Coffee Shop on Broadway and Broadway at 4th Avenue.
If you can’t make it to all the spots listed above or if you want to explore more of the city, we have some places we’ve found that are great to visit while you’re in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, or New York City, but there’s plenty of other great places you can check out around the city too.
In addition to our list, you’ll find an updated list of places that are located in the Bronx and Queens.
And, of course, you can always check out the New York Times Best Coffee List to find great coffee in all the major cities.
Here are the top places in the NYC area:The HiveThe Hive is one of the oldest coffee bars in the country, founded in 1905 and still serving its best beans in a friendly, friendly atmosphere.
Located on the corner, The Hive features a cozy atmosphere with beautiful outdoor seating.
The space is well lit and has plenty of seating and seating options for you to enjoy.
The Hive offers a variety of coffee and espresso drinks.
We also have a large selection of imported coffee that is perfect for anyone in need of a quick fix.
The Hive is located on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, and it’s close to the Times Square subway station.
The Coffee HouseThe Coffeehouse is the newest addition to The Hive, and is located at 627 Broadway at the intersection of 5th and Broadway in Brooklyn, just steps away from the new Starbucks location.
Located right next to The Coffeehouse, the Coffeehouse offers a wide variety of drinks including espresso drinks, teas, and iced drinks.
The Coffee Shop has two bars, The Coffee and The Coffee Mart, and also has a small patio area and outdoor seating area.
The location also has free Wi-Fi.
The coffee shop has an extensive menu, including fresh organic produce, a wide selection of craft beer and wine, and even a variety from local artisan coffeeshops.
The place is also located next door to the new, larger Starbucks.
You can also try one of their signature coffees and teas at the Coffee Shop.
The new Coffee Mart is located right on the other side of the street from the Coffee House.
The Starbucks has the best selection of coffees available in Manhattan, but you can also grab a quick cup at the new Coffee Shop when you’re there.
The store is open from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., and the Coffee Store is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
The original Coffee Shop is open every day, but it’s best to go early to check out their freshly brewed coffee, and the old Coffee Shop