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Posts from the ‘Cappuccino’ Category

16
Jun

NYC’s best? Ninth Street Espresso

Long live the king! Ken Nye opened Ninth Street Espresso in 2001, the first to really bring the avant-garde espresso bar to New York. Ten years later, Ninth Street still makes the best espresso/macchiato/cappuccino/latte in the city, albeit now with lots of competition. And we’re thankful for that competition.

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24
May

Easy to Filter through D.C. wasteland

D.C. has long been a barren wasteland for espresso lovers, bereft of truly independent coffeehouses. That scene, however, is starting to change, led by the best espresso bar in the city, Filter Coffeehouse.

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16
May

Third Rail first stop in the Village?

With Caffetteria now shuttered — and I’m still mourning that development — the best bet for a cappuccino in the Village or Soho is Third Rail Coffee on Sullivan Street, just a few short steps from Washington Square Park.

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7
May

Getting some Culture

I really want to like Culture Espresso. I really do. It’s got good-looking baked goods, though I haven’t given in as of yet. And you can grab a sandwich, too (haven’t tried those, either, but I will at some point). Best of all, it’s located in Midtown, and the good espresso bars are few and far between in the city.

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5
May

The best cappuccino in the world?

There is only ONE place in all of Berlin in which you should fill your java itch, and that’s Bonanza Coffee Heroes in Prenzlauer Berg. Everything about this place screams unique, and uniquely satisfying.

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