Ninth Street Espresso

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Details
700 E 9th St (at Avenue C)
New York, NY 10009
(212) 358-9225
Coffee Shop
$
Hours
Mon–Sun: 7:00 AM–8:00 PM

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  • One of the few places in the city where you can park with your laptop and work while enjoying your coffee.
  • Wifi pw: 700east9
  • The first specialty coffeehouse in NY. Awesome, awesome coffee, and the baristas as well as the caffeine addicted customers are super friendly.
  • Great for working during the week. More busy on the weekend, obviously.
  • Love the Ave. C location for working/reading on a weekend. Some of the best coffee in the city.
  • Owner Ken Nye is often credited as the first person to bring serious coffee to New York City in 2001.
  • raving reviews all around. It is the best espresso in the city, no doubt.
  • Great people & atmosphere. Best moment: a cup of their amazing brew on their little porch on a sunny, breezy day.
  • their lattes are unlike any other. as soon as i finish one, i immediately want another. i cant think of a better sunday spot, or any day for that matter.
  • You can ask Mark to make you a caffe ole, with skim milk and it costs leas than a latte and tastes just as nice.
  • This location of Ninth Street has free wi-fi and ample space to unpack your laptop and hunker down for a bit. A great rainy day spot to warm up with a coffee and get some work done.
  • WARNING: Celebrities, notably Jason Schwartzman, have been known to receive preferential treatment here. If your barista is dawdling with your latte to favor his, tell her to "rush more."
  • If you love drip coffee, ask for a pour-over of the Guatemalan....and drink it black! The Brazilian and Costa Rican are best as espresso with milk.
  • great place to do work although they don't have any outlets. the baristas are so awesome and will let you work all day. :)
  • Super pleasant chill place to work.
  • They specially design their coffee beans and send the orders to brazil to be harvested. The Alphabet City blend is fantastic!
  • Wi-fi is free, and you may see Jason Schwartzman from Bottlerocket there. He lives nearby.
  • 4mbps D and .55mbps U
  • Best cup in the East Village, if not New York City.
  • Free Wifi. Coffee. Chairs. Tables. What else can you ask for