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.
This Michelin-rated venue is led by the culinary team of renowned chef Vikas Khanna, presents a menu that reflects the diversity of India. It is steeped in the classics with deft touches of modernity. Chef Vikas and the team adhere to the universal principles of fine cuisine in only buying the freshest of the fresh and treating each ingredient with reverence. The produce, meat, fish and poultry used at Junoon are all as locally sourced, sustainably produced and organically raised as they can obtain. Their guiding principle is to present a varied and intriguing seasonal menu brought from the farm to the table as perfectly as possible.
The simple elegance of SideBAR speaks to its redefinition of a genre. This chic sports bar with urban attitude is centered on an incredibly ornamented bar and a panoramic view of Gramercy. Sidebar offers sophisticated, American Cuisine including seasonal sangria.
Set twenty stories above Manhattan, Gansevoort Park Rooftop is a sky-high oasis offering six distinct venues with unhindered views of the Empire State Building and other iconic New York architecture. Unique features include a rooftop pool, indoor and outdoor fireplaces, a patio, wrap-around terraces, handcrafted mosaic tiling and customized ethereal artwork by Deborah Anderson.
One of the city's newest upscale sports lounges located in Murray Hill. During game time, the venue features plenty of seating to watch your favorite team on one of their 25 high definition TVs. As the night progresses, the candles come out and The Hill transitions into a stylish lounge. Weekends feature some of NYC's best known DJs.
The term 'southern hospitality' refers to the long-held idea that the people of the Southern states are particularly warm and welcoming. They use proper local etiquette, respectfully refer to one's elders as Sir or Ma'am, open doors for ladies, invite guests into their homes for meals. All of this takes place in a true New York City setting, with a bar area that boasts a suite of flat-screen TVs. And it's all the vision of one gentleman dedicated to bringing sexy back: the one and only Justin Timberlake, along with his longtime friends Eytan Sugarman and Trace Ayala. Ya'll will love it!
This Tribeca gastropub and sports bar features 50 seats and five 70-inch flat-screen televsions. The chef-inspired menu is known for it's twist on modern comfort food plates such as sweet chili calamari, parmesan truffle fries, black and blue burger, semillon shrimp pasta, etc. The drink menu includes local brewed beers, an extensive wine selection, and signature cocktails. Manhattan Proper is a gastropub sports bar and has been described as "an oasis in a food desert"
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.
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.