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The 10 Best Cafes In SoHo, Manhattan

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Updated: 9 February 2017
As the life blood of most New Yorkers, it’s extraordinarily important for us to know where we can get our caffeine fix in any given NYC neighborhood. SoHo is one of Manhattan’s trendiest areas, boasting incredible architecture, innovative restaurants, and cool bars. Here’s our guide to the 10 best cafes in SoHo.
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La Colombe

With a dynamic list of coffees, La Colombe offers both organic blends and a selection of freshly-ground options, from light to full-bodied. Opt for a dark, chocolaty blend, or go for the medium roast with sweet, fruity, and nutty tones. Alternatively, keep it light with a bright, citrus, tangy roast. The venue is spacious, and serves as a perfect meeting spot for that mid-afternoon pick-me-up.

La Colombe, 270 Lafayette Street, New York, NY, USA, +1 212 625 1717

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Little Lions

Cafe, American, $$$
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Little Lions, 40 Grand Street
Little Lions, 40 Grand Street | Image Courtesy of Little Lions

Little Lions

A visit to Little Lions will make it rather difficult to return to any typical coffee shop. Don’t just pair your coffee with a cake; at Little Lions, pair it with a furry friend. As SoHo’s very own cat cafe, this place provides the ultimate comfort of your usual caffeine fix with some well-deserved cuddles. You’ll need to make a reservation.

Little Lions, 40 Grand Street, New York, NY, USA, +1 646 484 6250

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McNally Jackson

Not your traditional cafe, McNally Jackson also serves as a library. Enjoy a strong cup of freshly-brewed coffee and a pastry while you browse their literary selection and delve into your favorite book. They also offer organic products supplied from the Hudson Valley.

McNally Jackson, 52 Prince Street, New York, NY, USA, +1 212 274 1160

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Maman

Bakery, Cafe, Restaurant, Salad Bar, American, $$$
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Maman

Serving family recipes from the South of France, Maman brings the indulgent flavors of a French bakery to New York City. Headed by Chef Armand Arnal of Michelin-star restaurant La Chassagnette, Maman’s menu offers inspired dishes crafted from local produce, so the food is always fresh and delicious.

Maman, 239 Centre Street, New York, NY, USA, +1 212 226 0700

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Maman Cafe City Shoot ©Jonathan Grado | ©Jonathan Grado

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Cafe Integral

Bringing the taste of Nicaragua to New York City, all coffee at Cafe Integral is roasted locally. Try the La Embajada – Red Catuai, a unique roast which is fermented for 36-hours in-cherry. Cafe Integral also boasts a brand new espresso bar located inside American Two Shot on Grand Street.

Café Integral, 135 Grand Street, New York, NY, USA, +1 646 801 5747

Ground Support Cafe

Cafe, Snack Bar, Pub Grub, American, $$$
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Ground Support Cafe

Ground Support Cafe offers coffee grown by farmers who have a direct relationship with the cafe. Their coffee is all freshly roasted on-site, with the option to have a cup in the shop or buy a bag to take home. Should you decide to linger, you can also enjoy a selection of sandwiches, salads, and snacks.

Ground Support Café, 399 West Broadway, New York, NY, USA, +1 212 219 8722

Croissant | © Pauline Mak/Flickr

Croissant | © Pauline Mak/Flickr

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Everyman Espresso

With a colorful interior that pairs perfectly with their innovative approach to design, Everyman Espresso has a variety of coffees. Stop by before work, catch up with friends here in the afternoon, or enjoy a solo caffeine fix.

Everyman Espresso, 301 West Broadway, New York, NY, USA

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Espresso | © cahadikin/Flickr

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Gregory’s Coffee

Gregory’s Coffee offers customers a solid background on what they’re sipping, from where the coffee was sourced to its nutritional information. Download their app, available for iPhone and Android, which also lets you pay by card without wasting time at the register. Pair your coffee with one of their baked goods and enjoy.

Gregory’s Coffee, 350 Hudson Street, New York, NY, USA, +1 646 657 0803

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Colombia – Coffee Triangle 030 – coffee plantation tour | © McKay Savage/Flickr

Aroma Espresso Bar

Restaurant, Cafe, Contemporary, $$$
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Café Gourmand
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Aroma Espresso Bar

From Turkish to aromatic blends, Aroma Espresso Bar is a fantastic local option for those who take their coffee seriously. Try the ‘Con Panna’ – a thick shot of their custom blend espresso, topped with a scoop of whipped cream for an indulgent treat.

Aroma Espresso Bar, 145 Greene Street, New York, NY, USA, +1 212 533 1094

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Café Gourmand | © Merle ja Joonas/Flickr

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The Grey Dog

Cafe, Coffee Shop, American, Pub Grub, $$$
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The Grey Dog

Offering a huge selection of breakfast, lunch, dinner, snack, and dessert options, The Grey Dog is one of your best cafe bets. Fostering a laid-back yet trendy vibe, this is the perfect place to stop in at any time of day. With so many things to choose from, this cafe will satisfy all of your coffee shop needs.

The Grey Dog, 244 Mulberry Street, New York, NY, USA, +1 212 966 1060

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