From New York to New Jersey to New Paltz, enticing new coffee shops popped up all over the Northeastern United States this year.
Some pair coffee with high-end culinary programs, while others maintain a strict focus on coffees from specific countries and regions, offering bare-bones expressions of coffee terroir. Several of the companies on list have taken bold dives into retail after establishing their roasting operations for years.
Everything on the list is worth a visit!
Continuing our 2023 Year in Review, here are 10 new coffee shops that opened throughout the Northeast.
Inside a former bank building in Eastchester, the new shop has been designed with teller-like precision, while also taking into account all the lessons learned over two decades of local coffee service in nearby Tarrytown… read more
Bryan and Suzette Siranaula, who were born and raised by their Ecuadorian immigrant parents nearby in Queens, recently opened the community-focused shop in Ridgewood… read more
Married couple Dominic and Tina Rivera opened the shop on April 1, offering a core Hey Coffee People blend through a classic steel La Marzocco Linea 2-group espresso machine. The shop occupies 400 square feet, with the Hey Coffee People name in big block letters on the front window… read more
As with Futura’s original shop, which opened in Portland, Oregon, in 2022, 3% of all sales from the coffee bar will go towards a regenerative soil fund supporting sustainable agricultural activities in the coffee lands of Colombia… read more
The retail operations of Philadelphia roasting company Greenstreet Coffee are verdant once again with the opening of a new South Philadelphia cafe just blocks away from the Greenstreet roastery… read more
For years, New York City barista Sammy Lin has been creating small moments of delight for busy coffee drinkers by pouring and etching images into their lattes… read more
The new cafe occupies the previously Rival Bros.-branded space inside The Touraine hotel building, near Rittenhouse Square in central Philadelphia. It now unfolds like a 1920s period piece with glamorous Art Deco style, offering coffees all day every day, food from an updated kitchen and tipples from the bar… read more
Details around the shop tie into the Sunset Park and Bay Ridge neighborhoods, while a combination of 90s pop and sports references further convey the personality of the Brooklyn-born brand… read more
Founded by Noah Michaels, a Culinary Institute of America graduate and former chef at the famous New York City restaurant La Côte Basque, the cafe serves pourover and espresso-based drinks made with coffees roasted right behind the counter in an electric Bellwether V2 machine… read more