Blue Bottle Coffee

Coffee Shop
$ $
450 W 15th St (btwn 9th & 10th Ave)
New York, NY 10011
(510) 653-3394
7:00am - 6:30pm
7:00am - 6:30pm
7:00am - 6:30pm
7:00am - 6:30pm
7:00am - 6:30pm
8:00am - 6:30pm
8:00am - 6:30pm


  • I don't believe much in god, but if god made an iced coffee it would be the New Orleans from Blue Bottle. It's pretty much divine.
  • Unfortunately, after drinking their New Orleans iced coffee, I can NO LONGER DRINK ANY OTHER ICED COFFEE AGAIN
  • Get a Gibraltar and sit by the window and people watch
  • Try the New Orleans ice coffee - it's something a bit special...
  • Our top spot for iced coffee. The New Orleans iced coffee is just perfection.
  • They have a waffle and toast bar upstairs. Order the waffle, the best $6 you'll ever spend!
  • Approaching from the south? Enter through the Milk Studios loading dock on 14th st. instead of walking all the way around the block.
  • Upon entering, walk around the right of the main coffee bar and up the stairs to see the crazy siphons in action
  • New Orleans is the best ice coffee hands down! No idea what's in it but absolutely no other ice coffee tastes like this. Perfect afternoon shopping break - with Doughnuttery across the street.
  • A New York branch of the famed San Francisco coffee roaster. In addition to the typical coffee options, try New Orleans-style iced coffee made with chicory.
  • A fiasco on a hot summer day, but worth it. Go against the grain and try the Kyoto - darker iced coffee sans sugar/milk. Richer and bolder.
  • N'walins style iced coffee. thaaaaanks.
  • cold brew new orleans + rosemary shortbread = breakfast of champions! soooo good
  • The Ginger Molasses cookies are insane!
  • Ask for the "Gibraltar". It isn't on the menu. It's something between a cappuccino and a macchiato.
  • Play a board game while you enjoy your cortado :)
  • Delicious! Always get the New Orleans style iced coffee, extremely strong but delicious....
  • Pour some New Orleans iced coffee into a jar of their granola. Boom.
  • Coffee is great. Staff is nice. but something is odd about getting a coffee 4 minutes after the guy behind me in line got his latte. That might cut it in SF. But in NYC you got to be at work on time.
  • I love their drip coffee. Old fashioned but so nice! These guys know what they are doing. Their spot on the High Line is awesome.

Nearby places

btwn Gansevoort & W 34th St (btwn 10th & 12th Ave)
75 9th Ave (btwn W 15th & W 16th St)
450 W 15th St (btwn 9th & 10th Ave)