Like any predominately professional area in Manhattan, Tribeca
is largely fueled by caffeine. Whether you’re all about a good brew or consider coffee secondary to the snack it’s paired with, there’s a neighborhood café just right for you. Here, we’ve rounded up 10 of our favorite cafés for the next time you’re craving caffeine in Tribeca.
Cafe, Contemporary, French, $$$
Enjoy an authentic French déjeuner
without ever leaving the city at MacarOn Café
. Here, light lunch fare, such as fresh baguette sandwiches featuring Parisian ham, brie, and French mustard, are savored alongside artfully made macarons
in flavors such as chocolate-passionfruit, mango, and espresso. For Tribeca professionals, MacarOn Café is the best bet for making your lunch hour feel like a transatlantic getaway.
Cafe, North American, $$$
Offering tasting notes such as “historic,” “beloved,” and “heartfelt,” it’s clear La Colombe
knows coffee. The café’s perpetual crowds seem to agree; there are always lines of caffeine-craving locals enjoying the spot’s minimalist décor with a drinks menu to match. Looking to cool down quickly? La Colombe also stocks its canned draft lattes in varieties such as coconut milk, triple-espresso, and pure black.
Bakery, Cafe, North American, Contemporary, $$$
Equipped with a mouthwatering “cake-pole” as a nod to the café’s previous tenant, Harmony Burlesque, Baked Tribeca
is not your common coffee house. Chocolate and sweet curry cookies, pumpkin whoopee pies, and chocolate Coca-Cola® cakes round out the café’s menu of off-beat offerings. Endorsed by Goop, Bon Appetít,
and Oprah herself, Baked Tribeca deserves a spot on any dessert lover’s New York itinerary.
Galerie de Café
Cafe, Contemporary, $$$
With its locally sourced products and quirky décor, Galerie de Café
stands out as an old-fashioned neighborhood business in an otherwise professional area. Offering everything from high-end coffee-making equipment to trendy rainbow