Here’s a list of the best Coffee Shops in Soho NYC. I divided them into different categories with a map in case you wanna find one close to where you’re located. I decided to write this post because it can be very useful if you’re in Soho and wanna get some coffee & don’t know where to go 😉
Categories divided in colors in the Soho Coffee Shops map:
- Local & cool coffee spots, that are good to stay if you prefer to drink it there.
- Popular & touristic coffee spots.
- Coffee On-the-Go, in case you just wanna get coffee to take away.
Local & Cool Coffee Spots in Soho
Cozy coffee & tea spot with fine teas & gourmet coffee. Great desserts too!
It’s a cute gourmet chocolate shop with nice decor where they serve tea in cute teapots!
Closing time: Sun-Thus. 7pm, Fri-Sat: 8pm.
484 Broome St. between Wooster St. & W Broadway
Good coffee, great cannolis & cookies.
This coffee spot is technically in Nolita but very close to Soho. If you’re looking for a coffee spot close to this area, it can be a good option to consider 😉
Closing time: Sun-Thus. 9pm, Fri-Sat 10pm.
280 Mulberry St. between Jersey St. & E Houston St.
Harney & Sons Soho
An amazing tea shop with a big selection of loose leaf tea & fun tea accessories.
They have some tables in the store to order tea & pastries.
If you check on Yelp, you can get a free take home sample!
Closing time: 6:30pm.
433 Broome St. between Broadway & Crosby Sts.
Awesome Greek coffee spot. Good for coffee and snacks/pastries!
Closing time: 8/8:30pm.
512 Broome St. between Broome & Spring Sts.
Popular & Touristic Coffee Shops
Dominique Ansel Bakery
A very famous bakery that’s always packed. They have a few tables close to the entrance and more at the back!
It became famous for their “cronuts” that’s a mix of a donut & a croissant and cost $6 each. They always sell out fast! You can now pre-order cronuts 2 weeks in advance Click here for more info.
If you wanna try the place & avoid crowds, is best to go on a week day at around 10/11am.
Closing time: 7pm.
189 Spring Street between Sullivan & Thompson Sts.
Great artisanal coffee. This place is always packed, even on a weekday morning!
Great coffee to go even though they have a few tables.
Closing time: 6:30pm.
270 Lafayette St. between Prince & E Houston Sts.
Trendy & hip coffee spot. Maybe not that touristic or popular as the previous 2 😉
Closing time: 6pm.
Centre St. between Broome & Grand Sts.
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Hope this Soho Coffee list is helpful whenever you’re in Soho & wanna grab some coffee to sit or to go!
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