Coffee Shop
141 Waverly Pl (at Gay St.)
New York, NY 10014
(212) 924-6750
7:00am - 8:00pm
7:00am - 8:00pm
7:00am - 8:00pm
7:00am - 8:00pm
7:00am - 8:00pm
7:00am - 8:00pm
7:00am - 8:00pm



  • Best cup'a around. Always good indie rock playing. -Seth Caro, Top Chef Just Desserts
  • great cappucino
  • One of the best places to go for a simple, strong, tasty coffee. If you come often, get the frequent buyer card so you get your 11th drink free! Also take note that it is cash only!
  • This is the Barry Bonds in '01 of iced lattes. It's taking delicious espresso steroids and unfair to the weaker competitors.
  • best part about Joe is that the baristas are without question #1 in nyc but don't take themselves too seriously. bonus? it actually means something to be a regular here which is hard to find anymore.
  • [Fika] There are six Joe now, from West Village to Harlem, but this is our favorite. Outside on the bench is best, just watching life walk by; inside with a coffee and a book/friend isn't bad either.
  • Good coffee at Joe is a given, but the Manhattan mini-chain specializes in helpful service.
  • My favorite coffee place in the world.
  • Jonathan Rubinstein's espresso shop in the West Village has been a hit ever since it opened in 2002. Rubinstein recently switched to beans from Ecco Caffe, a boutique Sonoma roaster.
  • Enjoy the view. The coffee tastes great and the men are gorgeous to glare at!
  • The best espresso drinks in New York - strong, smooth, chocolatey and irresistible. Settle in with a cappuccino, and a perfect croissant or muffin, and enjoy the great tunes and Village ambiance
  • If you're a size queen (when it comes to your Joe), just go for the large black drip. You'll need two hands for that monstrosity. The "large" yuppie espresso drinks are short and stubby in comparison.
  • They have Doughnut Plant doughnuts here, but only during the week.
  • Fantastic cold brew, on a hot day get a large with extra ice to stand a chance of it lasting longer
  • Pricey but really good coffee. Small space but theres always somewhere to sit and its very pleasant. Celebs sometimes
  • Their doughnuts are really good!
  • Nice place to work (if you can get a seat :P)
  • They have started accepting credit cards at all of their locations except grand central!
  • Tip your barista. You should be doing it anyway, but sometimes they'll give you an extra punch on your card!
  • Super hip crowd, but not much room t sit. Good de a gab'n'go on a weekend before walking in the West Village.

Nearby places

W 4th St (btwn MacDougal St & University Pl)
170 Waverly Pl (btwn Christopher & W 10th St)
172 Waverly Pl (at Christopher St)