Are you picky about the coffee that you drink? You’re not alone. New York City offers a host of excellent food and drink establishments, including unique coffee shops surrounding short-term apartments near Mount Sinai Beth Israel. Whether you’re in town for a few days or a few weeks, you will want to make these popular spots are part of your daily coffee routine.
The Coffee Shop, 29 Union Square
The late-night coffee shop offers American classics with Brazilian flair. In addition to the multiple varieties of standard and specialty coffees, this little stop provides a full menu for visitors. From omelettes and veggie wraps in the morning to ropa vieja and chicken paillard for dinner, The Coffee Shop will tantalize your taste buds no matter what craving sweeps over you. When they don’t have live music scheduled, the atmosphere is quiet with a perfect window to watch the city go by.
Café Grumpy - Chelsea, 224 W 20th St.
Opened in 2006, Café Grumpy - Chelsea was voted one of the “10 Chicest Coffee Shops in New York” by Harper’s Bazaar just 8 years later. With a small, intimate interior, the cafe also offers outdoor bench seating in front and a back-garden patio. All of their coffee is in-house roasted at their facility in Greenpoint, emphasizing their commitment to promote specialty coffee from source to roast to brew in a socially and environmentally responsible way.
Bluestone Lane Collective Café, 55 Greenwich Ave.
The Australian-style café experience allows visitors to enjoy a light-filled aesthetic while sipping some of the best coffee in the city. With a handful of locations throughout New York, Bluestone Lane offers light Australian cuisine that has gluten free and vegan options available. In addition to the food and coffee, the café also houses a carefully selected local wine and beer list. To engage the delicate beach-chic atmosphere, Bluestone Lane Collective Café is designed with bright, white curtains and window seats to watch West Village traffic.
Gimme! Coffee, 228 Mott St.
With a few locations in New York City as well as Upstate New York, Gimme! Coffee thrives on serving “world-class neighborhood coffee to go.” The Manhattan shop opened in 2008 and brings in a quaint, cozy style to the bustle of the New York streets around it. Their small-batch roasted coffee beans engage world-wide flavors along with light bakery items offered at every cafe.
No matter what your business is in New York, these and many more wonderful coffee shops are right within reach around short-term apartments near Mount Sinai Beth Israel. Go get your caffeine!