166 "Coffee & A Light Bite" restaurants in New York.
This East Village institution is one of the few tourist traps actually worth a visit in the neighborhood. Get a cannoli and a box of rainbow cookies.
Yi Fang Taiwan Fruit Tea is a tea shop chain with stores around the city, including this reliable one on St. Marks spot.
Abraço is a fantastic espresso spot in the East Village that serves extremely moist olive oil cake.
Leland Eating & Drinking House serves excellent small plates, fresh focaccia, and hot cocktails from its corner shop in Prospect Heights.
Xilonen is a Mexican restaurant on a corner in Greenpoint with a fully vegetarian menu and a great brunch.
Bien Cuit is one of our favorite bakeries in the city, with locations in Cobble Hill, Midtown East, and Crown Heights.
TAP is an all-day counter-service spot on the Upper West Side where you should pick up savory Brazilian tapioca crepes for lunch.
This tiny cafe in Soho makes fantastic Brazilian baked goods and sweets like brigadeiros.
Kape’t Torta is a Filipino bakery in Elmhurst that makes excellent pan de sal and other sweet pastries.
Les Ambassades is a Senegalese spot in Harlem where you should sit outside before or after getting a pastry from their bakery next door.
Rossy’s Bakery is a Dominican cafe in the East Village with cakes, rotating savory meals, and some very good red beans and rice.
Jelisa’s Cafe is a Dominican bakery on Staten Island where you can stop by for a big plate of pernil or a smoothie.
Winner is a neighborhood cafe in Park Slope serving impressive baked goods that typically sell out before noon.
Martha’s Country Bakery is an all-day spot in Williamsburg with lots of seating and a huge variety of desserts.