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Joey Bats Cafe

After noticing the lack of Portuguese cuisine in New York City, founder Joey Batista (a.k.a. Joey Bats) decided it was time to bring Portugal to NYC.  The signature item, “Pastéis de Nata,” are Portugal’s most popular pastry and were created in Lisbon in the early 1800’s!

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Wonderen Stroopwafels

Wonderen Stroopwafels, the pioneers of Dutch stroopwafels in the USA, introduced the nation’s first stroopwafel store, serving premium, freshly baked stroopwafels and top-quality coffee. They’ve become a sensation, delighting American taste buds in the heart of the country.

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Bourke Street Bakery

Visit Bourke Street Bakery for a delicious trip to Australia without the jetlag! Flaky hot pastries, organic sourdough breads, sweet cakes & sustainable craft coffee by Counter Culture. Enjoy a special grab-and-go style menu unique to this Bourke Street location of fresh sandwiches, breakfast pots, seasonal salads and healthy bowls designed for busy locals and

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Coffee Table

Coffee Table

Find all-day brews at Coffee Table! The knowledgable owners of Beer Table in the Graybar Passage have opened their sister store, Coffee Table, in the Shuttle Passage. It’s a drip coffee pick-me-up station for the morning rush, and, for later in the day, it’s your quick spot for a refreshing beverage on the go, including

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A New York take on Paris café-bars. Tartinery is a café-bar featuring elevated takes on Paris’ most iconic dish, the tartine, an open-faced sandwich topped with fresh, seasonal and locally-sourced ingredients. Tartinery also offers bountiful salads, grain bowls, pastries, Irving Farm craft coffee, fresh juices, and smoothies, as well as a curated selection of wine

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Doughnut Plant

Doughnut Plant is considered the pioneer of the artisanal doughnut. Created in Mark Isreal’s Lower East Side apartment in 1994, Doughnut Plant been handcrafting original and innovative doughnuts built upon Mark’s grandfather’s recipe ever since. Delicious, high quality ingredients. Organic when available. Seasonal flavors. Handmade fresh daily. No eggs, no trans fat. No preservatives. #moredeliciousness

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Zaro’s Family Bakery

Zaro’s Family Bakery is a 4th-generation-owned, 90-year-old NYC staple. They offer a full line of artisan breads, New York bagels, cakes, traditional Jewish homemade pastries (Rugelach anyone?) and famous Black and White Cookie. Stop in for a bag of popcorn for your commute or choose from one of their Bronx-made, fresh-everyday treats. Hours by Location

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The world-famous Starbucks purchases and roasts high-quality whole bean coffees and sells them, along with rich-brewed coffees, Italian-style espresso beverages, a variety of pastries and confections and coffee-related accessories and equipment.

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Magnolia Bakery

We’re whipping up freshly baked desserts from morning till night! From beautifully iced cupcakes and cakes to our bet-you-can’t-take-just-one-bite banana pudding, cheesecakes, icebox desserts and more, we bake everything from scratch in small batches throughout the day. Plus, our team is available to work with you to create custom cakes, cupcakes and more to celebrate

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Joe Coffee Company

Joe Coffee Company first opened in Greenwich Village, NYC in 2003, with a commitment to exceptional coffee and service. Still family-run, we have since grown into a coffee company with more than a dozen cafes, a roastery in Long Island City, and valued relationships with coffee producers we buy from—all ensuring our connection from the

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