You’ll find this laid-back coffee shop up a series of metal steps just around the corner from Broadway in the southwestern corner of Washington Heights. You can start your day off here with a latte or cold brew and Balthazar pastries, then invite a friend to join you for a beer or wine paired with a fresh panini or omelet. No matter the hour, the brick-walled space is one of the most pleasant places to hang out in the area, and don’t be surprised if you end up befriending the owner if you spend enough time here.

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Where To Eat In Washington Heights

From a 24-hour Cuban spot to a bakery with disturbingly good carrot cake, here are the 24 best places to eat in Washington Heights.