The name of this popular UWS cafe is derived from the Black Press — a group of publications that disseminated accomplishments and ideas within underrepresented communities.Effectively sharing valuable information with communities barred from mainstream media.
Originally started as a French bakery and cafe in SoHo, Maman quickly became renown for perfectly executed baked goods. But what really put them on the map was Oprahlisting their nutty chocolate chip cookie as one of her favorite things.
Birch Coffee is a staple in New York City and you can find these coffee shops peppered throughout the city. The reason is simple: New Yorker don’t settle for mediocre and the high quality coffee from Birch always seems to hit the spot.
Roasting their own coffee beans and offering a well curated menu of expertly crafted drinks, this quaint UWS is worth a trek
Joe’s spread like wildfire and has a ton of locations throughout the city. But it’s not hard to see why — the atmosphere is inviting, the vibe relaxed and the coffee exceptional.
Daily Provisions was opened by Danny Meyer, the mastermind behind Shake Shack, and now proudly boasts two locations. Most folks come to this cute Upper West Side bakery for the crullers and find themselves returning to try everything else on the menu.
Boasting several locations throughout the city, About Coffee roasts their own beans and offers an impressive food menu alongside great coffee drinks. Located right next to the American Natural History Museum, swing by for some of the best coffee on the UWS while exploring the neighborhood.
Serving New Yorkers for more than 20 years, Irving Farm was established in 1996 on Irving Place. The founders of the cafe, Steve and David decided to master coffee roasting an purchased a small house-turned-roastary in upstate New York because roasting wasn’t permitted in NYC at that time
You’ll find Blue Bottle all over the city because New Yorkers can’t get enough of their coffee. The cafe in the UWS is located within a charming century-old building that oozes an irresistible charm. Specializing in pour-overs, Blue Bottle Coffee has mastered every drink you can conceive of.
Having to wait in line is practically guaranteed during the weekends, but the colorful Aussie brunch menu is worth the wait. Their coffee is half the draw, which is why it made the list of one of the best cafes in the Upper West Side.