Opened in 2009 with the goal of bringing European-style bread to the community, it didn’t take long for Bakeri to branch into homemade pastries and high-quality coffee.
Their unique approach involves sourcing beans directly from Colombian coffee producers, dry-milling them in Bogotá, and then rapidly shipping them to their roastery in NY, ensuring that the coffee is served roughly 10 days after being picked.
It didn’t take long for Partners Coffee to become a NYC staple. In 10 years, the brand has gone from a single cafe in Williamsburg to 5 cafes in NYC.
Ralph’s Coffee in the Upper East Side is clad with opulence and gives off a very charming retro vibe. This is one of the most popular coffee shops in the New York City, as evidenced by the long lines.
Originally started as a French bakery and cafe in SoHo, Maman quickly became renowned for perfectly executed baked goods.
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