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Flatiron Coffee Shop Roundup

Everyone needs a good pick me up. Whether it's first thing in the morning, middle of the day, or on your way home, the Flatiron District offers countless options for your favorite caffeinated beverage. Check out some of our favorite places to get a great cup of coffee. 

Birch Coffee, 21 East 27th Street, between Fifth Avenue & Madison Avenue, (212) 686-1444
Birch Coffee is roasted in Long Island City and brewed fresh in multiple locations across New York. What makes its Flatiron location so special is the extensive lending library. It's the perfect place to curl up with a good book and a great cup of coffee. Have your pick from a selection of vegan and gluten-free baked goods from Sans Bakery and a selection of Dough Doughnuts.

Bluestone Lane Coffee, 902 Broadway, between 20th Street & 21st Street, (718) 374-6858
You'll find Bluestone Lane inside Made by We, WeWork's new community gathering space that offers on-demand work stations. Bluestone Lane is an Australian-inspired coffee, café & lifestyle brand providing an escape for Flatiron locals through premium coffee and delicious healthy eats - including a much sought after avocado toast and gluten-free pastries from Husk Bakeshop

Bourke Street Bakery15 East 28th Street, between Fifth and Madison Avenue, 917-675-6394
Newly opened, Australian bakery Bourke Street Bakery brings some coffee from down under to the Flatiron District. Visitors can expect great Australian coffee with a flavor profile of caramels, nuts, and milk chocolate. In addition to their coffee, Bourke Street is known for their baked goods, including classics like sausage rolls and croissants to more adventurous bakes such as a Ginger Crème Brulee tart with roasted pistachio or a pear and rhubarb muffin.

Gasoline Alley Coffee, 24 East 23rd Street, between Broadway & Park Avenue South, (212) 933-0113
Gasoline Alley is the perfect place for any coffee connoisseur who wants a no-frills coffee experience in a fast-paced environment. The simplistic preparation and location make Gasoline Alley a great place to enjoy an easy and delicious beverage.

Idea Coffee, 246 Fifth Avenue, between 27th Street & 28th Street, (646) 896-1533
Albert Einstein once said “good idea begins with good coffee", and Idea Coffee runs by those words each and every day. Start your day off right with a thought-provoking brew, that's also ethically-sourced, organic, and single origin. Idea Coffee serves a variety of avocado toasts including "The Classic" topped with sunflower seeds and red pepper flakes, "The Spring" topped with cream cheese, arugula, tomatoes, and mozzarella, or "Lux Born" with salmon, red onion and sour cream.

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Le Café Coffee, 407 Park Avenue South, between 28th Street & 29th Street, (646) 850-0684
At Le Café Coffee, the goal is to provide high quality and high-end coffee without being unapproachable. They want you to be able to enjoy an amazing cup of coffee in a comfortable and relaxed environment. And while you're there, make sure to try their flaky butter croissants and bagel sandwiches.

Leonelli Focacceria e Pasticceria, 7 East 27th Street, between 27th Street and 28th Street, (212) 451-8485
Leonelli is a bakery and café inspired by the great bakeries of Rome and New York's rich history of Italian-American pastry shops. Come in and enjoy a cup of La Colombe coffee including a custom Leonelli house drip blend, cold brew, cold draft latte, and the" Frappinelli” - Leonelli's our version of a tasty blended coffee drink. Head upstairs with your coffee for a hidden cookbook library. The Bomboloni (a soft, pillowy donut with chocolate-hazelnut filling topped with hazelnut) is truly incredible. 

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maman NoMad, 22 West 25th Street, between Fifth Avenue & Sixth Avenue, (646) 838-0700
Step inside maman and transport yourself to the South of France. This adorable neighborhood favorite serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Come and enjoy a killer cup of coffee. Grab a nutty chocolate chip cookie that Oprah dubbed one of her 2017 favorite things, or a beignet bursting with Nutella. Starting Friday, September 6, maman will be collaborating with Man Repeller for a Fashion Week specialty drink: the Oatmeal Cookie Latte made with housemade spiced raisin puree, oatly oat milk & espresso, topped with cinnamon oat dust garnish. 

Photo Credit: maman

Patisserie Chanson, 20 West 23rd Street, between Fifth Avenue & Sixth Avenue, (929) 423-8880
Patisserie Chanson is an upscale, French café and pastry shop that will make mornings something to look forward to. Explore the flavors of Chanson's Stumptown café blends made by baristas specially trained in creating aromatically delicious lattes, macchiatos, and cappuccinos. Pair your cup of coffee with a Kouign-Amann, a flaky French pastry that resembles a croissant, but is unique on its own.

Poster House, 119 West 23rd Street, between Sixth Avenue & Seventh Avenue, (917) 722-2439 
As one of Flatiron's newest neighbors, Poster House offers more than just an incredible museum, they also have a top-notch coffee shop! Café des Affiches is open to the public whenever the museum is open. And with Counter Culture coffee, Dr. Brew Kombucha, and treats like Molasses Spice cookies and Chocolate Caramel brownies, good luck keeping us away.

Ralph's Coffee, 160 Fifth Avenue, between 20th Street & 21st Street, (212) 627-2040
Ralph's Coffee has locations globally, but the first-ever freestanding Ralph's Coffee Shop recently debuted in the Flatiron District. Whether you sport the Ralph Lauren brand on the daily, consider yourself a coffee connoisseur, or you simply enjoy an aesthetically pleasing place to sit, Ralph's Coffee is a spot for anyone who lives or works in the Flatiron District. Baked fresh at The Polo Bar, some of Ralph's sweet treats include Ralph's Brownie and Ralph's Chocolate Chip Cookie. 

Seven Grams Caffe, 76 Madison Avenue at 28th Street, (212) 779-0777
Seven Grams is a minimalist coffee shop featuring fresh-roasted craft coffee, house-baked sweet and savory pastries. The name is an ode to an Italian standard which states that the perfect shot of espresso is made using exactly seven grams of ground coffee. The spacious shop has plenty of seating. Seven Grams' Banana Bread is a crowd favorite with good reason. 

Photo Credit: Seven Grams Caffe

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