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Best coffee spots in East Village, NYC

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The East Village in New York City, Manhattan, is a centre of rock and roll and has been known as home to generations of artists.

The East Village is a beautiful place to explore and walk around on a sunny afternoon. This small, charming, rustic, and picturesque area is not only home to art lovers but foodies as well, in particular - coffee lovers.

Here in the East Village, you can find some of the best coffee shops in the city. So in this article, we will showcase a few main coffee spots that definitely won't leave you disappointed when you are looking for a coffee intake or a cute cafe to sit at with your friends.

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Here are the best coffee spots in East Village, New York!

Mudspot

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It was opened in 2001 by a husband and wife, and it provides an excellent blend of coffee for the local people and the visitors. The café is well lit, extremely beautiful, and beautifully decorated, so it allows you to enjoy your drink in a cosy atmosphere.

Mud Mocha is a special creamy drink made here and then served in lovely handmade mugs. Mudspot will also fulfil your cravings for American fare, wine, and craft beer.

Also, if you have kids, then there is a lovely not-so-secret garden in the café where they can play while you enjoy your special brew.

Address: 307 E 9th St, New York, NY 10003.

Hi-collar

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This one is not your typical street coffee shop. Hi-collar is a Japanese coffee shop in the daytime and a bar at night.

This place will give you the feel of being a VIP. It is also a great place to dine.

Opened in 2013, this modern, small, and well-decorated café and bar offers you a friendly environment with excellent customer service and a yummy menu consisting of a variety of filling dishes and drinks.

The coffee is served in many different styles, cooled down with a chilled brew prepared at home. Oh, and the pancakes they offer is a must-try if you have a sweet tooth.

Address: 231 E 9th St, New York, NY 10003.

Abraco

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The local people are especially fond of this place and if you want to stop and relax, then this is your place.

This is probably the cosiest cafe in the East Village which serves the best cup of coffee. Their espresso is the best of all.

Abraco uses the coffee beans bought from South America and roasts them on site. In addition to coffee, they also serve delicious bakery goods in small plates and even cocktails. The homemade olive-oil cake is highly recommended.

Address: 81 E 7th St, New York, NY 10003.

Future You Café

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This vibrant cafe was inspired and modelled after getting inspiration from the cafes of Mexico. The cafe offers the local people and visitors to enjoy a unique and distinctive flavour of Mexican food, coffee, and beverages.

The menu contains Mexican dishes and various other cuisines. In addition to this, you can have a hot mug of amazing coffee over here.

The cafe has a friendly environment and cooperative staff who are eager to serve you when you need. So visiting this one would be an unforgettable experience. Think like a quick holiday to Mexico while never leaving NYC.

Address: 117 E 7th St, East Village, New York, NY 10003.

Have you visited any of these cafes? Or maybe you have a few more recommendations to add? Let us know in the comments below.

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