Why New Yorkers are Spending $18 on a Cup of Coffee
Soy Cafe boasts a comfortable backyard patio and some healthy menu choices that will instantly make you feel smarter as you tackle your work.
Taking over the Baltimore Ave island office that housed an Obama canvassing HQ, the former Abbraccio owners have created a two-room hideout offering breakfast and lunch in a cozy, green/mustard schemed, mostly counter-service & sidewalk seating front room, and dinner in an adjacent 40-seat deep red/cream-toned dining room complete with new oak floors, a pair of oriental rugs, and a columned fireplace that runs on gas, reducing the temptation to burn the new oak floors.
Manhattan caffeinator Joe Coffee's opened its largest espresso bar yet around the corner from La Colombe's Rittenhouse Square location, expanding their pour-over empire to Center City with an indoor-outdoor parkside cafe pairing Brulee Bakery and Ovenly baked goods with two dozen hot and iced eye-openers.
Cafe L’aube’s Fairmont location pairs a glossy, sleek inside with a funky exterior, where you can nosh on their authentic French crepes or take advantage of the coffee shop’s free Wi-Fi... to work obviously, not to constantly check Google Drive for the funny GIFs your co-workers are always sharing.
Cake's hellbent on satisfying your sweet tooth, outfitting the sunlit former digs of Flying Monkey Deuce with bright green walls and fixtures sourced from everywhere from IKEA to thrift shops, while serving up beans roasted in Chestnut Hill and doing up b
Shot's set up in a rustic space with antique lighting, aged wooden counters, and brick columns, and uses Stumptown beans to prep a range of dranks in a monstrous, first-on-the-East Coast, Italian-made La Marzocco espresso machine (worth more than some c