Whether starting your morning, beating the afternoon slump, or fueling up for an evening out, coffee, tea, and other energizing drinks are an important part of the day for many of us. NoHo’s got no shortage of places to fuel up, our guide is here to help you find the perfect spot to grab a cup.
The Best Place to Get Work Done: Think Coffee is the go-to. They’ve got ample seating in their two NoHo cafes, both indoors and outside. With light fare and lots of outlets to top if all off, there’s no better spot to get some work done.
The Best Spot for Vegans: Little Atlas Cafe has it all. Aside from your normal milk alternatives, they’ve got a big selection of vegan pastries, cakes, and more – all at a very reasonable price.
Where to Go Post-Workout: Honeybrains has everything to help you recover after hitting up Fitness Alley. From refreshing juices to drinks specially designed for brain health, this health-conscious cafe has you covered.
The Best In-The-Know Spot: Cafe Lyria is tucked away in a quiet spot on Crosby Street. Step inside for a truly beautiful spot with delicious coffee and friendly vibes. There’s a real neighborhood living room feel, and it’s great
When You Aren’t Sure What You Want: Gregory’s Coffee truly has a little bit of everything. Small snacks, coffees and teas of all kinds, and so much more – you might now know exactly what you want, but they have it.
For the Green Tea-Lover: Kettl is the place to go. This is a serious tea spot, specializing in Japanese green teas and matcha. They’ve got rare and unique offerings, and it’s all expertly made to order.
The Most Instagrammable Spot: Cha Cha Matcha, from the drinks themselves, to the pink chic cafe, pretty much every part of this experience is Insta-friendly, and their delicious matcha concoctions are every bit as good as they look!
When the Snack is as Important as the Pick-Me-Up: Levain Bakery is here for you. While they’re known for their massive, famous cookies, they’ve also got other delicious treats for sale!
The Best People-Watching Spot: Gasoline Alley Coffee. The benches on Lafayette are perfect for people-watching, and letting the day go by.
For the Latte Lover: La Colombe is an obvious fan favorite. Beloved for their draft lattes, you can enjoy them bottles, from the tap, and can even get traditional hot and iced lattes here.
The Best Spot for Fueling Trips to Washington Square Park: Spring Cafe Aspen is the perfect spot. They’re just a stone’s throw from the park, and with a lovely selection of light bites, it’s perfect fuel for afternoons spent on the lawn.
Where to Catch Up with Friends: Le Pain Quotidien has a ton of cozy indoor seating in their rustic space. The service is friendly, and whether its two or ten, they’ve got the tables for everybody.