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  • 1. Bougie Brews

    Passionate about better-than-average (or “bougie”) coffee and devoted to the notion that a coffee shop should be a welcoming community-centered space, first-time business owners Charmaine Sanchez and Donte Charlton run this hip, downtown shop where the beans are fair-trade, roasted locally, and silky smooth.   Best of Westchester 2021 - Best New Coffee Shop
  • 2. Slave to the Grind

    Bronxville coffeehouse crafting gourmet coffees and frozen drinks. Also find sweet and savory baked goods with options that accomodate gluten-free and vegan diets.  
  • 3. Pop’s Espresso

    Gracing the eclectic menu at this neighborhood café is a sandwich worth coming back for again and again. Fig jam, fontina, and goat cheese mingle splendidly to balance rich, sweet, and savory flavors. The miraculously perfect-textured toast is delicate yet strong enough to hold the gooey goodness inside. https://www.popsespresso.com/

    4. Coffee Lab Roasters

    Snagging a seat at this ultra-cool Tarrytown coffee shop can be a daunting task nearly any time of day, a testament to the absolutely outstanding beans that they select, roast, and brew on-site. Plus, with “direct-trade” sustainable coffee that truly helps the people who grow the java, customers can also feel good about each and Read more...
  • Sure, you can try just one brigadeiro — a Brazilian-chocolate truffle made with condensed milk — but you’ll end up with a bow-tied box of sprinkled, swirled, and dotted ones from a chef who hails from Brazil and was trained at Le Cordon Bleu. You’ll then sneak back for flan in a jar, pão de Read more...
  •   Best of Westchester 2021 - Best Coffehouse & Best Beans to Brew at Home
  • 8. Peekskill Coffee House

      Best of Westchester 2020 - Best Coffeehouse 
  • 9. Fortina – Armonk

    At this northern upmarket mainstay of coffee, baked goods, and ready-to-eat meals, the BEC is “a classic sandwich, but we use really great ingredients,” says chef/owner Jennifer Vellano, who, along with husband Jim, boasts such big names as Per Se, Bouchon, Blue Hill, and Boulud on combined CVs. Between bookends of artisan-baked multigrain or challah bread, farm-fresh Read more...
  • 11. The Farmer’s Grind

    Situated on the border with New Canaan, this market/coffee shop may be a bit out of the way for many Westchesterites. There’s at least one item — the crumb cake by certified home baker Anna Oneto of South Salem — that makes a visit worth a drive from anywhere in the county (or Ohio, for Read more...