The 5 Best Coffee Shops In NYC
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The 5 Best Coffee Shops In NYC

Coffee shops you must visit in NYC.

The 5 Best Coffee Shops In NYC
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As someone who is a big coffee lover, I am constantly trying to find new coffee shops around New York City. I am very picky about the coffee shops that I choose to go to. They must have wifi, good lighting, many tables, a bathroom and of course... good coffee. Here are my top 5 favorite coffee shops in NYC:

1. Ground Support

This coffee shop has to be my favorite in New York City. They have small benches inside and a rustic decor. Their wifi isn't that great but they have a bathroom! It's located in SoHo and it's pretty small but I absolutely love it.

2. The Bean

I've been to the bean a couple of times. They have really good coffee and really good smoothie bowls! I love the one near Union Square but it usually gets pretty busy so it's hard to find

3. Think Coffee

Think Coffee gives you such good vibes. Their coffee is probably my favorite. They also have really good wraps! What I love about this coffee shop is that there are many tables so I never have to worry about finding a seat! They also have a bathroom which is a huge plus!

4. Birch Coffee

I go to Birch Coffee near Pace sometimes because it's really close and it really helps me be productive. Their tea and coffee is so good but the only thing bad about this location (FiDi) is that there aren't many tables.

5. Le Colombe

I love going to Le Colombe in SoHo and near Astor Place. The one in SoHo doesn't have many tables but the one near Astor Place does! The one near Astor Place is better in my opinion. It's absolutely stunning with high ceilings!

If you're ever in the city definitely check out these coffee shops. I can't wait to discover more!

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