New York City is one of the world's top culinary destinations, known for its chef-driven concept restaurants, Michelin-starred establishments, and everpresent cafe scene. The city has launched some of the nation's best coffee roasters, including SoHo favorites like hip La Colombe and Everyman Espresso, named as the United States' best coffee shop by The Daily Meal. Visitors strolling through the neighborhood's cobblestone-lined streets and trendy boutiques can stop in for a coffee at these cafe favorites, which range from cold brew connoisseurs to traditional Greek and Italian-style sidewalk cafes. CDC information for travelers. Hours/availability may have changed.
© Everyman Espresso
Everyman Espresso has been voted as the United States' best coffee shop by The Daily Meal, offering several locations throughout the New York City area, including a SoHo location opened in 2012. The company, which is helmed by San Penix and Sam Lewontin, is internationally recognized for its uniquely-designed cafe spaces, which are perfect for community meetings and freelance workers. Colorful interiors welcome diners to choose from a variety of coffee beverages on the cafe's menu, including trendy whole-bean preparations such as Aeropress coffees and pourovers. Delicious cafe beverages range from standards like cappuccinos and macchiatos to creatively-flavored lattes and mochas. Bakery fare options include house specialties like chocolate chili biscotti and almond croissants.
301 W Broadway, New York, NY 10013
© La Colombe
La Colombe was founded by JP Iberti and Todd Carmichael more than two decades ago and has become one of North America's top coffee destinations, known for their high-quality organic and fair-trade coffee roasts, which range from light and flavorful to dark and full-bodied. The company's lovely SoHo outpost, located on Lafayette Street, is spacious and bright, serving as a popular community gathering spot serving a wide variety of espresso beverages alongside light cafe fare. Diners can select from company favorite roasts like the bold Corsica, raw and dense Phocea, and fragrant and creamy Nizza or try reserve roasts like the African-blend Afrique or traditional Italian Savoia.
270 Lafayette St, New York, NY 10012, Phone: 212-625-1717
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Maman SoHo is helmed by Michelin-starred chef Armand Arnal, serving up delicious Southern French fare from the force behind New York restaurant favorite La Chassagnette. The cafe is known for its inspired seasonal French fare, crafted with local produce according to techniques meant to emphasize natural flavors and recall Old World charm. Diners can enjoy favorites like quiche lorraine, chickpea galettes, and focaccia pissaladière alongside a wide variety of French-style pastries, including favorites like baba au rhum and clafouti. Toby's Estate beans are prepared in cafe favorites like cappuccinos, Americanos, and macchiatos. The restaurant's delicious nutty chocolate chip cookies have been listed on Oprah's Favorite Things, a perennial favorite selection for visitors.
239 Centre St, New York, NY 10013, Phone: 212-226-0700
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4.Brooklyn Diamond Coffee
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Brooklyn Diamond Coffee has grown from a door-to-door cold brew delivery service to a full-service cafe on Broadway, known for its passionate, energetic barista staff and unique modern coffee brewing and roasting techniques. The company, which originally operated a pop-up shop in the bustling South Street Seaport, has grown to operate a small network of coffee bars, along with a custom coffee delivery service operation and a wholesale coffee retailer sourcing other Manhattan coffee shops. Diners can select from a wide variety of delicious cafe beverages, ranging from bottled cold brews and espressos to cappuccinos, macchiatos, and matcha-infused lattes. Non-coffee beverages include chai lattes, red eyes, and lemon ginger detox teas. An assortment of snacks are available for grab and go, including Chobani yogurts and RXBars.
349 W Broadway, New York, NY 10013, Phone: 646-791-5861
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5.Ground Support Cafe
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Ground Support Café was founded in 2009 by Steven Sadoff, known for its delicious in-house-roasted green coffees that are sourced through direct-trade farmer relationships. The cafe is a favorite for regular New York City coffee drinkers, located on West Broadway in SoHo. Each cup of coffee is expertly prepared by experienced baristas, made to order to customers' specifications. Cafe beverages range from Chemex pourovers to iced lattes, mochas, and matcha tea lattes. An assortment of hot teas are complemented by a selection of draft craft beers. Sandwiches and salads are prepared in house daily, paired with cafe fare like muffins, bagels, and gluten-free cookies.
399 W Broadway, New York, NY 10012, Phone: 212-219-8722
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Mariebelle is a delightful European-style cafe housed within one of SoHo's top handcrafted chocolatiers, founded in 2001 at its current location on Broome Street. The elegant sweet shop serves up signature chocolate-infused desserts at its Cacao bar, which showcases antique furnishings and gorgeously-appointed crystal chandeliers. French-style crepes, gourmet bakery cookies, and trendy cafe sandwiches are served up alongside an assortment of gourmet coffees, ranging from macchiatos and Americanos to dark or white chocolate-infused mochachinos. Hot and iced chocolate drinks feature flavor infusions like cardamom, banana, and Aztec spices. Other beverage options include fine looseleaf teas, European wines and champagnes, and fresh fruit smoothies.
484 Broome St, New York, NY 10013, Phone: 646-763-2196
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© About Coffee
About Coffee is a charming, intimate cafe serving up delicious cafe-drinks prepared with locally-roasted beans. The cafe, which is located on Sullivan Street, offers a limited menu but makes up for its lack of quantity with high-quality cafe beverages and espresso drinks. Diners can select from locally-crafted drip coffees or espresso-based favorites like cortados, Americanos, and cappuccinos. Lattes and mochas can be prepared hot or cold, served up alongside delicious, creamy nitro-infused cold brews. Unique specialty drinks include ginger matcha lattes, lungo lemon teas, and oatmeal nutmeg lattes. Pastry selections include vegan and gluten-free favorites like muffins and croissants.
71 Sullivan St, New York, NY 10012, Phone: 212-219-1408
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© Café Bari
Café Bari has been a SoHo favorite since 1993, operating at its original location for more than two decades before closure due to rising real estate costs. In 2014, the cafe was reopened by its original owners, father-son duo Bari and Danny Omari, in the heart of SoHo on Canal Street. Today, the cafe serves up a full menu of certified fair-trade coffees roasted by national favorite roaster La Colombe. Delicious cafe beverages are served up in a warm, welcoming environment, served alongside homemade pastries, baked goods, and light cafe fare. Diners can enjoy excellent cafe favorites like caramel-infused cortados, dirty chai lattes, and hot chocolate-infused mochachinos, served up alongside non-coffee favorites like Harney and Sons teas and hot milks prepared with award-winning Batten Kill milks. Savory breakfast sandwiches and pastries pair with global fusion fare like Vietnamese roasted chicken wraps and Kosher salami Dijons.
276 Canal St, New York, NY 10013, Phone: 212-431-4350
© Cafe Belle
Cafe Belle is the vision of the Scala family, who have been baking authentic Italian pastries and baked goods in Naples, Italy for more than seven decades. The family has helmed several bakeries throughout the Brooklyn, Long Island, and New Jersey regions and are returning to their cafe roots with a new venture in SoHo on Mulberry Street. Delicious traditional Italian pastries are served up alongside a collection of favorite cafe beverages, ranging from Americanos and cappuccinos to chocolate frappes, Italian-style espressos, and iced flavored lattes. Non-coffee favorites include chai lattes and iced green teas. Cafe sandwiches are served up throughout the day, along with a selection of pies and baked goods.
280 Mulberry St, New York, NY 10012, Phone: 212-837-1605
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10.Dominique Ansel Bakery
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Dominique Ansel Bakery is a celebrated bakery from one of New York's most famed pastry chefs, known for the invention of the cronut, named as one of TIME Magazine's top 25 inventions of 2013. Ansel opened his SoHo bakery in 2011 and invented his signature doughnut-croissant hybrid on premises. Diners can still grab original cronuts throughout the week, which typically sell out as early as 7:30am each morning on weekdays. Other excellent pastry selections include cookie shots, frozen s'mores, traditional kouign-ammans, and Paris-New York pastries, a chocolate and caramel-infused twist on the classic Paris-Brest. House blend coffees and espressos are served up in a wide variety of cafe beverages, including lattes, mochas, and cappuccinos.
189 Spring St, New York, NY 10012, Phone: 212-219-2773
11.Housing Works Cafe
Housing Works Café is the public cafe operation of famed New York City charitable organization Housing Works, which works to end the homelessness and HIV/AIDS crises in the Big Apple through advocacy and lifesaving services. For more than a decade, the cafe has been a New York City institution, offering several locations throughout the city, including a SoHo location. A fully-stocked cafe and bar serves up espresso-based beverages alongside beers, wines, and cocktails throughout the week. Diners can also peruse a selection of books, movies, and music sold at the cafe's bookstore or attend special events throughout the year, including podcast events, trivia nights, and book signings.
126 Crosby St, New York, NY 10012, Phone: 212-334-3324
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12.Joe and The Juice
Joe and The Juice is a popular international juice bar and coffee shop chain, offering more than 300 locations throughout North America, Asia, Australia, and Europe, including a location on Prince Street in SoHo. The chain was founded in 2002 by Kaspar Basse and is known for its clever juice blends, which infuse high-quality fruits and vegetables with superfoods like kale, elderflower, turmeric, and ginger. Unique coffee beverages include grey, pink, purple, and yellow lattes, served up alongside international and herbal tea selections and a variety of energy and protein shake options. Food options range from deli sandwiches and three-egg omelettes to an assortment of cafe breads, pastries, and sweets.
161 Prince St, New York, NY 10012
© Pi Bakerie
Pi Bakerie is a Greek-inspired bakery on Broome Street, helmed by the owners of Astoria's delicious Greek-style Artopolis Bakery. The counter-service cafe is known for its excellent spiral-shaped spanakopita pastries and other delicacies, crafted according to traditional recipes from across Greece and Southern Italy. High-quality Mediterranean cuisine is served up throughout the day, accompanied by Colombian-style coffees from Devocion Coffee. Diners can choose from classic beverages like cappuccinos and cortados or try unique signature drinks like turmeric lattes or Greek-style loumidis coffees. Homemade phyllo dough pies, moussaka, and Greek koulouri bread sandwiches are prepared in house every day, served up at sit-down cafe service at lunch and dinner.
512 Broome St, New York, NY 10013, Phone: 212-226-2701
Rapha is a popular British sportswear and lifestyle brand of performance roadwear for road bicycle racing, known for its international Rapha Cycling Club, which hosts rides and events at locations throughout the United States, Europe, Asia, and Australia. 23 international clubhouse locations offer access to exclusive club apparel and high-end bike rentals from Canyon Bicycles. Each clubhouse operates a delicious full-service cafe that serves up a variety of coffee and food options while showcasing live cycle races from around the world. Visitors can stop in at the company's full-service SoHo location on Prince Street throughout the week, which hosts cycling events and art exhibitions throughout the year.
159 Prince St, New York, NY 10012, Phone: 212-804-5050
15.S Surf NYC
S Surf NYC was opened in 2009 on Crosby Street in SoHo and has grown from a small boutique store into an internationally-recognized lifestyle brand known for its high-quality craftsmanship and minimalist ethos. The company has become known as New York City's most prominent surf shop, selling top-quality surfboards, wetsuits, and other surf accessories. A charming espresso bar serves up La Colombe coffee brewed specially for the store, served up by some of the city's best baristas. Diners can enjoy a selection of traditional and hip coffee and espresso drinks and peruse boutique collections throughout the week. The cafe's back patio serves as a sanctuary from New York's bustling streets, filled with bench seating and lush plants.
31 Crosby St, New York, NY 10013, Phone: 212-966-7875
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15 Best Soho Coffee Shops
- Everyman Espresso, Photo: Everyman Espresso
- La Colombe, Photo: La Colombe
- Maman SoHo, Photo: pariwatpannium/stock.adobe.com
- Brooklyn Diamond Coffee, Photo: Brooklyn Diamond Coffee
- Ground Support Cafe, Photo: Ground Support Café
- Mariebelle, Photo: Mariebelle
- About Coffee, Photo: About Coffee
- Cafe Bari, Photo: Café Bari
- Cafe Belle, Photo: Cafe Belle
- Dominique Ansel Bakery, Photo: Dominique Ansel Bakery
- Housing Works Cafe, Photo: GCapture/stock.adobe.com
- Joe and The Juice, Photo: franz12/stock.adobe.com
- Pi Bakerie, Photo: Pi Bakerie
- Rapha, Photo: eshma/stock.adobe.com
- S Surf NYC, Photo: stock.adobe.com
- Cover Photo: YURII MASLAK/stock.adobe.com
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