As a self-proclaimed coffee addict, I’m pretty sure I’ve grabbed a latte at just about every shop in Manhattan.

Out of all the neighborhoods in New York City, SoHo is one of my favorites.

I’d typically end up there at least once a week thanks to what became a bit of a sample sale shopping obsession—it was necessary since my closet needed an update. 

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After surviving the chaos of the sample sale, my weekly ritual would be to stroll around the neighborhood with a coffee and shopping bags in hand. 

There’s something so satisfying about the combination of coffee and shopping. Plus, SoHo is one of the most beautiful areas to walk around.

When you’re ready for a caffeine pick-me-up, and don’t know where to head, check out the list (in no particular order) of the best coffee shops in SoHo! 


1. La Colombe


La Colombe is one of my favorite coffee chains in town.

Check out their draft latte for a nice cold kick of caffeine. It’s super refreshing on a warm summer day.

Fair warning, this place is pretty tiny, so expect to get your drinks to go. 

If you do score one of their few seats, you’ll get solid WiFi and plenty of outlets. 

The line sometimes ends up out the door, so fingers crossed you time your visit just right.

Address: 154 Prince St, New York, NY



2. McNally Jackson


McNally Jackson is a bookstore/cafe hybrid that does a really solid cup of joe and discount book section. 

I love grabbing a cappuccino and sitting for hours here with a delightful book. 

It’s a super relaxing place to chill, especially when you need a break from the weather.

The staff are friendly, the book selection is superb, and their pastries are delicious. 

Plus, everyone should attempt to support the few local bookstores that are left!

Address: 52 Prince St, New York, NY 10012



3. Cafe Integral


I head to Cafe Integral any time I’m craving a chai bowl and cappuccino.  

They also do a really solid flat white and avocado toast.

The staff are nice and the shop is quiet enough to work if you can snag a seat.

Plus Cafe Integral has free WiFi!

Address: 149 Elizabeth St, New York, NY 10012



4. Maman


This little French cafe serves up an amazing pistachio and chocolate croissant that’s perfect with their lavender latte. 

The shop has a rustic minimalist design that’s beautiful. It’s the perfect quiet cafe to sit and relax with an excellent book.

It’s got plenty of tables, so you’ll also see a lot of remote workers hanging out here. 

Maman is a favorite spot for my friends and I to grab brunch after our sample sale shopping sprees.

The staff are super welcoming, so you can expect to have a lovely experience from start to finish. 

Local’s Tip: This spot is cash only!

Address: 239 Centre St, New York, NY 10013



5. Ground Support Cafe


Ground Support is the place in SoHo to go for chai latte. They make it perfectly balanced with just the right amount of sweetness and foam. 

The cafe also serves a delightful turmeric latte if you want something a bit out of the ordinary. 

The seating is spacious and all communal, so it’s the perfect spot to meet up with friends or strike up a conversation with the person next to you. 

Address: 399 W Broadway, New York, NY 10012



6. Everyman Espresso


Everyman Espresso does a solid pour over and a delicious cappuccino. 

This is my go-to spot anytime I’m craving a strong coffee paired with a macaron.

Since it’s got strong WiFi and a chill ambiance, it’s the perfect spot to sit and catch up on a bit of work.

Overall, this is a cozy coffee shop with amazing staff, pastries, and espresso. 

Address: 301 W Broadway, New York, NY



7. Gregory’s Coffee


Anytime I have a glazed donut craving in SoHo, Gregory’s Coffee is my first stop. 

Their donuts are seriously mouth-watering, especially when paired with an americano.

If you want something healthier, order their coconut chai oatmeal for a true treat.

Local’s Tip: Sometimes if you visit after 5pm you can score half-off pastries!

Address: 649 Broadway, New York, NY 10012



8. The Grey Dog


If you end up at The Grey Dog on a weekend, you need to order their french toast. It’s delicious and the perfect pairing with their cappuccino. 

The overall vibe of this place is really laid back, so it’s a chill spot to grab a bit of breakfast with friends. 

Address: 244 Mulberry St, New York, NY 10012



9. Pi Bakery


This is one of my favorite spots to stop for a bit of lunch and a caffeine boost.

Pi Bakery specializes in authentic Greek food and coffee. 

I always order the Mykonos Pi (basically a goat cheese and tomato tart), lentils. Then for dessert I get a cappuccino and either baklava or a chocolate chip cookie. 

You really can’t go wrong with anything you order here, especially their coffee!

Address: 512 Broome St, New York, NY 10013



10. Dominique Ansel Bakery


I can’t walk by Dominique Ansel without going in and getting myself a treat (or two). 

This place is heaven for anyone who appreciates quality desserts, pastries, and drinks. 

The name may sound familiar because it’s the home of the worldwide sensation “The Cronut”.

Honestly, I find cronuts to be too sweet. If you want to order well, get yourself a latte and a DKA pastry or fresh hot madeleines instead. 

Address: 189 Spring St, New York, NY 10012


Best Coffee Shops in Soho NYC

Last Cup 

Walking around NYC is no joke. It takes a ton of energy, and for most of us a lot of caffeine. 

I hope you enjoy whichever spot you end up grabbing your next cup of joe.

Let me know in the comments below if there’s a spot I missed that you think deserves to be on the list!

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