New York - Cafes
There’s a Starbucks Coffee a stones throw away from any street in Manhattan. If you crave cheaper java, a slice of cake, or donuts with your “joe," New York won’t let you down. Let us guide you through a few of New York’s many cafés.
Veniero’s Pasticceria & Caffe
Veniero’s was voted "Best Desserts in New York City" in 2010, it is has been an Italian pastry heaven since 1894. With its Italian marble floors and stained glass ceilings, you can enjoy your espresso or cappuccino, homemade biscotti or cannoli and pretend you’re in Rome.
Part bakery, part café, coffee bar and cafeteria in Union Square. These boys create seasonal menus from locally-grown and organic materials from the farmer’s market two blocks away. They serve the best hot chocolate in town with homemade marshmallows.
A popular café with a European vibe located in the picturesque and charming Greenwiich Village, claiming to have the best pastries in New York.
This is more a dessert restaurant than a café. Since 2003, they have served innovative and fun desserts and are now also providing some of NYC's top restaurants with their delicacies. Order a fixed menu of desserts and let the sommelier suggest wines for them.