At this point, there are probably more Australian coffee shops in NYC than there are in Australia. Citizens of Gramercy (which, not too surprisingly, is from the same people behind Citizens of Chelsea) is one of them. They serve breakfast all day, in addition to various bowls that are made with everything from bee pollen and granola to quinoa and edamame. They also serve a few different sandwiches, plus beer and wine. Try this place for a breakfast meeting or a quick lunch with a friend.
More spots in GramercySee more
Old Town Bar
Over a century of Big Apple history lies within these walls, as does a pretty excellent burger. Come have a beer and pretend your horse is outside.
A conveniently located restaurant in Midtown that’s more than just convenient. The food and service at Covina are great.
More Sandwiches spotsSee more
So it’s not often that a wine bar comes with an enthusiastic Infatuation Approval, but Terroir’s new outpost in Tribeca most certainly does.
Eisenberg's Sandwich Shop
A classic lunch counter that's been around since 1929 in the heart of Flatiron.
Checking back in on Parm, now that the hype has died down. Three years later, the sandwiches are still excellent, and the novelty still makes up for the rest.
Suggested by our writers
Two Hands Restaurant & Bar
The Tribeca outpost of Two Hands is a full-blown restaurant that's open through dinner, and serves alcohol. It's a useful all-day neighborhood spot.
Citizens of Chelsea
Citizens of Chelsea is another Australian coffee shop where you can grab a good small meal.
Bluestone Lane Collective Cafe
Bluestone Lane is all over Manhattan now, and that's a good thing. But for a full-on meal, we still like the original spot in West Village best.
Filter and browse restaurants near you
Text us for personalized recommendationsLearn more