New CUPS Cafes: April Edition

Spring is almost here, and our new lineup is looking great. Check out our new spots to get your java fix!

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Galerie De Cafe (Tribeca)

This European-style cafe doubles as a gallery for art from local kids. It’s super cute.

Erv’s On Beekman (Lefferts Gardens)

Erv’s is a local watering hole predominantly known for its nighttime role as a bar with a great list of cocktails. It’s also a coffee shop in the daytime though, and their convenient location by the park and friendly staff make Erv’s a must-visit.

Office Coffee (Chinatown)

This new spot in Chinatown is situated in a warehouse with a bunch of local vendors selling various goods. Minimalist vibes and great coffee.

Wattle Cafe (Kips Bay)

Named for Australia’s national flower, this Aussie-run cafe is focused on whole foods without any artificial flavors.

Me & Terri (Lower East Side)

This is your new go-to matcha spot, and they also serve Counter Culture coffee. Aside from that, the space is super cute!

Ateaz Organic Coffee & Tea (Kew Gardens)

With an extensive selection of tea and pastries, plus great coffee, Ateaz definitely lives up to its name.

Dear Mama (East Harlem)

Dear Mama is a great spot in Harlem with cool art on the walls and an extensive menu of house-made food. They have tons of space and a welcoming neighborhood vibe.

Oren’s Daily Roast (Greenwich Village, Morningside Heights, Midtown West, UES 1, UES 2, UES 3, FiDi)

This local powerhouse has been around since the 80s, and we’re stoked to have them on CUPS. Catch Oren’s in your hood – it can’t be that far away.

Perpetuum Cafe (Tribeca)

Perpetuum, a staple of Chelsea’s coffee scene, has expanded to a second location in Tribeca! We love them for their great custom drinks and latte art.

Stellar Brews (Astoria)

This Queens spot is a true gem, located inside of Sek’end Sun cocktail bar during the day. PRO TIP: On Sundays, they team up with the bartenders for some really cool boozy coffee drinks at brunch. Def worth a visit.


Shady Coffee & Tea (Downtown)

With a very cool patio that is as shady as the name would imply, this local gem boasts housemade basically everything, and a rustic decor. We’re big fans.

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