Rebel Coffee is a small neighborhood coffee shop in the West Village where you can sit down with a donut and maybe get some work done. There are a few tables and a couple of counter seats, and you should be able to grab one of these easily enough. And while this place isn’t super exciting (or rebellious), it’s nice and calm, and there’s also free wifi.
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