Having a hard time waking up and getting over that jet lag during your trip to the Big Apple? Well prepare to be impressed as FeelNYC presents its review of the best places to buy a deluxe cup of Joe around New York City!
Blue Bottle Coffee: The New York location has become quite popular with the locals and specialties like the super smooth New Orleans syle iced coffee is sure to be a huge crowd pleaser. For those with no particular preference you can still take advantage of this unique location to buy some pretty stylish and unique gadgets and coffee merchandise. *Address: 160 Berry St Brooklyn
WTF Coffee Lab: This stylish Fort Greene coffee spot specializes in Japanese style cold brew and pour over coffee. They have a wide and constantly changing selection of beans which offers great variety for even the regularly returning customers. The place does get a bit crowded so its not the best for a pick up and go type situation. *Address: 47 Willoughby Ave Brooklyn
Saturdays Surf & Coffee Shop: This is a one of a kind coffee and surf board shop. They combine two seemingly uncommon practices and made it to a one of a kind business. So for you beach goers out there looking for a nice cup of Joe before you hit the waves, this is the place for you my friend. They even have a relaxing back patio where you can sit back and hang loose. *Address: 31 Crosby Street, between Broome and Grand Streets
So now whether you´re at the beach, in the city, or going to work, the next time you want a coffee to wake yourself up you won´t have any problems in the Big Apple. All this thanks to FeelNYC´s review of the best spots to buy a cup of Joe in New York.
FeelNYC solves all you complaints with our review of the best American style restaurants in New York
Feel like having some typical American foods but don’t know where to go. Well no worries because FeelNYC is here to solve your problems with our review of the best American style restaurants in New York.
Apple Pie at Little Pie Company: this pie shop serves signature slices of cheery and sour cream apple walnut pie. There point of pride is the fact that these pies are entirely free of preservatives, artificial flavors and chemicals! (Address: 424 West 43rd Street)
Hot Dogs at Crif Dogs: Fact is there’s nothing more American than a nice hot dog. Here you can choose between two signature dogs that are sure to not disappoint. You’ve got the “Crif” which is smoked beef and pork, and then you’ve got the “Newyorker” which is all grilled beef. Either way you’re in for a treat! (Address: 113 St. Marks Place)
Fried Chicken at Hill Country Chicken: As the owner calls it this is a fresh fried chicken joint. You can get the chicken with and without skin along with a side of delicious cheesy fries and mashed potatoes. All in all its’ a typical American meal with style and taste. (Address: 1123 Broadway)
Cheesecake from The Juniors: The Juniors is home to some of the world’s best cheesecakes! The store has several locations across New York. They offer fresh by the slice pieces of cheesecake as well as fully refrigerated ones that you can’t make home and eat later. (Address: Multiple locations; 386 Flatbush Avenue, Brooklyn)
So now next time you are in the big apple looking for some typical American Style eateries you won’t have any problems thanks to FeelNYC’s review of the best American style restaurants in New York.
Feel like having some croissants and or macaroons? Well FeelNYC solves all your problems with our guide to the best bakeries in New York! Yum!
Bien Cuit: Taste the delicious creations by renowned chef Zachary Golper. This professional baker used to work for the infamous Bec Fin a chic restaurant in France. Let yourself give in to temptation with these savory fruit pies or pain au chocolat. (Address : 120 Smith Street)
Almondine Bakery: Not only does this bakery offer a wide variety of french delicacies all in good taste and high quality, but it also offers deserts inspired American style. (Address: 80 Water Street)
So thanks to FeelNYC no more problems finding a snack in a delicious French bakery! Bon appetite!