Porto Rico Importing Co.

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Details
201 Bleecker St (btw 6th & MacDougal)
New York, NY 10012
(212) 477-5421
Coffee Shop
$
Hours
Mon–Fri: 8:00 AM–9:00 PM Sat: 9:00 AM–9:00 PM Sun: Noon–7:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • The cafe blend is the best kept secret in the city for home espresso brewers; the crema is golden and tastes almost like chocolate.
  • Bring your own mug and get a soy latte for 65cents all the way in the back.
  • Iced coffee is super strong and the place smells great
  • Even if you don't like coffee, stop in for the smell. The aromas here are unbelievable.
  • Buy a coffee and bring your cup back for a 65cent refill!! Totally worth it. And leave a tip. They're awesome there!
  • Such quality coffee for such a cheap price. Never have had a bad experience and the shop is so cute and authentic!
  • Excellent smelling coffee. They have organic Brazilian coffee. Nice!!!
  • incredible variety, arguably the greatest place in the entire city to get real beans. knowledgable staff who have a real passion for coffee!! not a cafe but you can still get drinks in the back
  • One of the best places to buy high-end spices
  • Great beans, great, cheap coffee in the back.
  • I think I've finally found my go to place for coffee. It smells amazing in here, the cold brew was delicious (and cheap!), and the barista was super nice.
  • I may not be the most knowledgable person when it comes to coffee, but I am confident that this is the best I've had! A fool for not discovering this gem sooner.
  • By-the-cup coffee bar closes at 4 p.m. on Sunday.
  • the cheaper place to buy Illy and to taste a real espresso
  • The # 1 Best Coffee in New York at this 100 Year Old plus Italian .. Yes they're Italian .. Best Coffee at Great Prices, "Why would anyone be dumb enough to buy Coffee at Starbucks?"
  • Just take in the aroma and grab a cup of some of the finest brew in NYC.
  • toma cafezinho aki e otimo
  • 110 different types of beans on the floor. Try the south american beans, so flavorful. It's the meeting spot for our Greenwich Village Food Tour. Sidewalksofny.com
  • The top-shelf ($9/lb) beans are mostly worth it, but vary wildly in quality. Get a bunch of quarter pounds until you hit a variety you like. (Organic Peruvian has been a winner for me lately)
  • go to either outlet in the village and get an amazing, fresh cup of coffee or a pound or two of beans to take home. yummiest smelling store in Manhattan