16 "Getting Work Done" restaurants in New York.
Black Cat is a coffee shop on the Lower East Side that’s good for getting some work done or meeting someone during the day.
The Pearl Street location of Fika is one of the best spots to have a coffee meeting in the Financial District.
The Park Slope location of Blue Bottle serves coffee, breakfast, and lunch, and the space is particularly kid-friendly.
And / Or is a coffee shop above the Lorimer L stop in Williamsburg that’s a good place to get work done.
This is the first Manhattan location of Devocion. Like the two Brooklyn locations, it’s a bright space that works well for casual meetings.
Blank Bistro is an all-day cafe in Williamsburg that serves Japanese comfort food.
Charley St is an all-day Australian cafe in Nolita that works for a healthy breakfast or lunch.
Nostrand Cafe is a coffee shop in Bed-Stuy that serves Korean food and soju.
The Carmine Street location of The Grey Dog doesn’t get as crowded as the other versions of this cafe and it’s a good place to get work done.
Freehold is a coffeeshop/workspace by day and a bar by night. They have a great backyard, but expect crowds on peak nights.
Little Skips is one of the best coffee shops in Bushwick to grab a sandwich and hang with your laptop.
Devoción is probably the best-looking coffee shop in Williamsburg. So if you have a work meeting or an essay to write, grab a table here.
Spreadhouse is a coffee shop on the LES that feels kind of like a loft or a garage full of freelancers and people working on screenplays.