Need your morning jolt? Some of the best coffee in New York can be found in Tribeca. From cafés founded by Hollywood stars (like Hugh Jackman) to gluten free treats for the health conscious there is something for everyone at our favorite coffee shops in Tribeca.
Direct trade? Single Origin? Bold Flavors? Kaffee 1668 has a devoted following and the several outposts of this café are a testament to that. Delicious biscotti with unique flavors like pistachio are the perfect complement to perfectly roasted beans. The friendly staff and cozy make this coffee destination all the more pleasant. Other locations in the city include 401 Greenwich Street (Cross streets: Beach street, Hubert street) and 530 5th Avenue (between 44th and 45th street).
275 Greenwich St
La Colombe Torrefaction
Caramel, nutty, chocolaty are just a few of the hallmark aromas that accompany coffee from La Colombe. The esteemed coffee provider has a cult following to say the least, with cafes around the city, as well as Philadelphia (the original),Chicago, D.C. and even Seoul Korea. The cafes are famously devoid of magazines, clutter and other merchandise that the founders believe distract from the coffee experience.
319 Church St b/t Walker St & Lispenard St in TriBeCa
Blue Spoon Coffee Company
This cozy independently owned coffee shop serves Intelligentsia brand coffee (some of the best coffee in Tribeca) and teas and patrons rave about the Balthazar pastries (we love the almond croissant!) They even offer a rewards program (buy 10 drinks and get your 11th free!)
76 Chambers St
Birdbath Neighborhood Green Bakery
Rice milk muffins, kale salad and squash spaghetti are just a few of the gluten free and healthy fare offerings (in addition to delicious coffee) available at Birdbath Bakery. The eco-friendly focus of the bakery means you’ll enjoy your to-go coffee in recycled container and enjoy the vintage décor that decorates this cozy neighborhood bakery.
200 Church Street
Laughing Man Coffee & Tea
Let’s just start by saying we love any coffee shop with Hugh Jackman as a founder. To sweeten the deal they’re socially conscious as well. 100% of Laughing Man Worldwide revenue goes back to education, community development and new business development and 50% of Laughing Man Coffee & Tea goes back to Laughing Man Worldwide to further its mission.
184 Duane St
(at Greenwich St in TriBeCa)