125 "Coffee & A Light Bite" restaurants in New York.
Davelle is an all-day Japanese spot on the LES that’s unlike any other place in the city.
Russ & Daughters has finally expanded, after 100 years in business. Now you can sit down in a comfy booth while you enjoy your lox, and it's glorious.
With a reasonably priced menu, welcoming staff, and sleek decor, we’re surprised to find such a perfect Australian coffee shop in Midtown East.
Balthazar, you had a good 16-year run, but it’s time to step aside. Lafayette is now the quintessential French bistro of bustling downtown NYC.
La Mercerie is a cafe and luxury design store in SoHo. It has expensive pastries and expensive furniture, and it’s a great spot for a daytime meeting.
Flinders Lane is an Australian cafe on Avenue A in the East Village for a relaxed brunch or dinner.
Egg has always been a staple for Williamsburg, and they take a very serious, farm-to-Chuck Taylor approach to their food. So serious that they even have their own farm outside of the city.
Two Hands is a coffee shop and cafe in Little Italy full of very nice and very good looking Australians. But yeah, you’re there for a latte. Sure.
El Rey is a Lower East Side coffee shop/restaurant with interesting food and California vibes.
New York's best croissant is now located in the back of a Tribeca office lobby. Plan accordingly.
This cafe in NoHo is and always has been where New York City’s most attractively unemployed people come to have breakfast at noon.