Question: where have all the hip kids gone? Answer: they haven’t left East Village staple Mudspot. In 2001, Mud Coffee was launched by husband and wife team Greg Northrop and Nina Barott, who started selling their own coffee blend out of an orange van, better known as the Mudtruck. The Mudtruck remains popular for those on the go, but for customers who’d prefer a proper seat rather than a chewing gum-covered stoop, there’s its stationary sister, Mudspot Café. Here, the drinks are served in handmade mugs. The interior is chill and dimly lit, but it’s the secret garden in the back where all the cool kids get their caffeine on. Don’t miss the creamy Mud Mocha. Mudspot also serves American fare (including an all-day breakfast), wine and beer.