A Writer's Guide to Coffee Shops in NYC

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Carly Heitlinger, the brains behind the College Prepster blog, shares her favorite locations for coffee, relaxing and getting work done.

  • Located in Manhattan’s Upper East Side neighborhood, Cafe Jax prides themselves in traditional coffee culture. We could go for a frozen pumpkin latte and cake topped with chocolate ice cream. With a rich space for socializing and delicious coffee, this is the perfect cozy escape.
  • Warm and welcoming with many locations throughout the city, Think Coffee is ideal for hitting the books or getting inspired. Enjoy a cappuccino or sandwich and tackle your day.
  • Nestled inside the lobby of the High Line Hotel, Intelligentsia Coffee will brew your cup of joe to perfection. If you need some fresh air, the outdoor space provides gaping views of the city while you sip on your flat white served via an airstream trailer.
  • Intimate and homely, Caffe Noi can delight you with Israeli-style coffee and an amazing selection of food throughout the day. You can order an omelette and bureka to go with your espresso to complete your work day.

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