From Brooklyn to Manhattan and even abroad, this is a roundup of the best coffeeshops to relax in. You’ll find cozy nooks where locals gather to huddle around laptops with friends or catch up on work, and other spaces designed for quiet reflection. There’s also plenty of tasty food to keep your caffeine-fueled brain going.
Founded by two chefs, this minimalist cafe offers a seasonal menu with organic and single-origin beans. Aside from the delicious drinks, the cafe also has an extensive selection of sweet and savory food, including pastries and sandwiches. If you’re in the mood for something a little lighter, try one of their teas or juices.
This is the most relaxing Amsterdam coffeeshop in town if you’re looking to take your time sipping on a perfectly crafted cup of coffee or a hot chocolate. Located on Prinsengracht canal, the place is filled with crystals and plants, making it a tranquil spot for journalling or just people-watching.
Forget the dingy and dark Amsterdam coffeeshops of the past — Suited is all about modern luxury, with sleek black tables, white marble counters, and an inviting lounge area for guests to hang out or work on their laptops. The shop’s own in-house roasting gives it a unique flavor, and you can enjoy the fresh brew while being educated on the process by the staff.
Located in the heart of the Upper East Side, this cozy, eclectic space is the perfect spot to huddle over a notebook and a warm cup of coffee. The menu includes both classics and creative creations, and the baristas are incredibly knowledgeable. You can even request a house call, where a barista will visit your home or office to show you how to make the most of your bean’s taste.