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New York is filled with an abundance of coffee shops and places to relax with a drink and slice of something delicious. Here is a visual guide to some of our favourites…

FIKA

Swedish Coffee Culture. 13 locations around Manhattan.
Check out the one on 10th ave. It’s the coolest location according to the employees.



Kava Cafe

Located by the Whitney Museum. Perfect for a museum and coffee day.

Balducci’s

If you want good coffee visit Balducci’s located on 301 West 56th St and 8th Avenue. The shop even made Harpers Bazaar’s ‘Best Iced Coffees in New York‘ list as the Editors pick. You know it’s good.

Think Coffee

Both employees and customers choose Think Coffee because of their substantial mission statement, “Committed to sustained and ethical practices.”

And it’s true. You’ll even see photographs in the shops of employees taking part in the Think International Projects and travelling to work directly on the farms.

Makes you think what’s important to consider. Your purchase at Think Coffee supports the social projects they conduct at origin with their farmer partners which work to benefit them to their nearby communities.

It’s more than just a coffee. You get to help, while having great tasting coffee.

Don’t know what to order? Take your time and say “I’m thinking of getting…….” Just kidding that’s such a dad joke.

Kahve

Located in Hell’s Kitchen, this cute but cool coffee shop is a regular for locals.

Try ordering The Zebra. It is their most popular drink for a reason. A mix of mocha, white chocolate, espresso, and your choice of milk.


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