Food & Drink

The Best Coffee Shops in NYC for Working From “Home”

Updated On 11/27/2018 at 06:06PM EST Updated On 11/27/2018 at 06:06PM EST
The Bean coffee NYC
Have you been to all of The Bean locations in the East Village? | Ike Escava
The Bean near Astor Place has plenty of seats. | Ike Escava
Get work done at a booth, on a bar stool, or in the open back room at the Brooklyn Kolache Co. | Diana Davis Creative
The Jay Street spot's wide-open space can make any day more peaceful. | Courtesy of Brooklyn Roasting Company
Caffe Reggio's lights stay on late into the night. | Steve Guttman NYC/Flickr
Natural light is plentiful in this modern workspace. | Judson Rappaport/Dear Mama Coffee
This isn't your typical tourist hotspot. | Courtesy of Double Dutch Espresso
Bring your energy to this buzzing Queens hangout. | Courtesy of Gossip Coffee
Head to the back for comfy chairs and couches to work from. | Courtesy of Ground Central Coffee Company
It's like a friendly Barnes & Noble. | Hilary Schuhmacher (2018)
Going off the grid might be just what you need. | Savannah Lauren Shealy/Irving Farm New York
Kinship knows better than to close up shop at 6. | Danny Rangel
Stumptown + Ace = Productivity | Rachel Kuzma/Thrillist
If you're going to sit on your butt all day, at least leave home to do so. | Courtesy of Vineapple