Project Latte: a NYC cafe culture guide

Project Latte: a NYC cafe culture guide

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A guide to the best NYC indie cafes, focusing on Third Wave/specialty coffee, tea shops and bakeries. Tumblr: http://mydailycoffee.tumblr.com

Brooklyn, NY
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Project Latte: a NYC cafe culture guide's Lists in All Cities
  • Brooklyn
  • New York
  • Astoria
  • Flushing
  • Queens
  • Woodside
  • Bayside
  • Jackson Heights
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Project Latte: a NYC cafe culture guide's Top Cities
Brooklyn
10 Lists Created · 101 Tips
New York
9 Lists Created · 101 Tips
Astoria
5 Lists Created · 27 Tips
Flushing
3 Lists Created · 11 Tips
Queens
3 Lists Created · 6 Tips
Woodside
2 Lists Created · 2 Tips
Bayside
1 List Created · 2 Tips
Jackson Heights
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Project Latte: a NYC cafe culture guide
6 places updated November 1, 2015
Flushing only has a few cafes that make consistently good coffee, but there are another few that are great places to work. This list has a companion article that covers them all. http://j.mp/1OfDYTD
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6 places updated November 1, 2015
Our recent guide to Astoria Specialty Coffee can be found here: http://j.mp/1XCmzaJ (ordered alphabetically)
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Project Latte: a NYC cafe culture guide
7 places updated May 11, 2013
We prefer true drinking chocolate, made from melted chocolate mixed with water or milk, not the watery, slightly brown, milky cocoa purveyed by most NYC cafes.
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Project Latte: a NYC cafe culture guide
13 places updated August 29, 2014
New York City based specialty coffee roasters that are open to the public or that have local shops where one can taste their wares.
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Project Latte: a NYC cafe culture guide
4 places updated April 30, 2013
Sometimes you need a cozy cafe to hang out and study, write some postcards, read a book, or chat with your friends without being overwhelmed by laptop users or overly loud music.
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Project Latte: a NYC cafe culture guide
8 places updated July 28, 2013
Develop your palate and learn about coffee at weekly cuppings and tastings at free and cheap events held at cafes and coffee roaster training labs around NYC. Learn to cup coffee the way the pros do.
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    "The oldest Third Wave shop in Astoria, TQK's Counter Culture coffee is inconsistent, but they have other charms including a gorgeous space, great food, craft beer & cider, wifi until 5pm, some plugs."
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    "OK Cafe is a small shop w/ nice design touches & good baristas who make the most of the Counter Culture coffee, turning out well-made drinks with a smile. Lots of treats. Free wifi w/ some limits."
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    · Astoria, United States
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    "The most consistent place to score a quality espresso in Astoria, Kinship is a friendly Stumptown shop that rotates in quality roasters. Limited seating, free wifi, no bathroom, Dough doughnuts."
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    · Astoria, United States
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    "Gossip Coffee is a spacious cafe w/ attractive interior design, comfy chairs, a backyard, free wifi & plugs. Decent self-roasted coffee, stellar cold brew teas & ambitious butinconsistent doughnuts."
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    · Astoria, United States
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    "Astoria is a very friendly shop w/ lots of light, attractive design, wifi, plugs & lots of laptop users. They rotate coffee roasters but their house espresso is Brioso - not our fave."
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    · Astoria, United States
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    "60 Beans' pairs beautiful design details w/ well-prepared Cafe Grumpy coffee + good tea, craft beer, wine, food, free wifi & plugs, outdoor seating (in warm months)."
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    · Astoria, United States
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