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Best Coffee Shops in Westchester

Best Coffee Shops in Westchester

Best Coffee Shops in Westchester

One of the first things you probably look for when you move to Westchester is finding your nearby coffee shop. Not just a place to enjoy tea and coffee (though that is important!), coffee shops are a great place to connect with friends, meet new parents, and support your community. Read on to check out some of the best coffee shops in Westchester County.

Armonk:

Bluestone Lane Armonk Cafe: This popular NYC outpost recently opened their Armonk location where you can enjoy a traditional cup of coffee and signature Bluestone drinks like their InBloom Protein Maca Smoothie, Sunset Spritzer Lemonade, or Keens Greens Smoothie. And don’t forget the food! The menu is bursting with flavorful, healthy items like Almond Oatmeal, Avocado Smash, Green Bakes Eggs, and delicious baked goods, to name a few options. 575 Main Street, Armonk, NY 10504.

Bronxville:

Slave to the Grind: This Westchester coffee shop has been serving Westchester customers for over 29 years! Here, you’ll find classic espresso drinks, coffee, tea, lattes, and a variety of baked goods. 58 Pondfield Rd, Bronxville, NY 10708

Chappaqua, Somers, Baldwin Place, and Ridgefield:

Bobo’s Café: This outpost has quickly grown where you can find locations in Chappaqua, Somers, Baldwin Place, and Ridgefield. Each location has its own flair/personality, but you can be sure that you will always get incredible cup of coffee or tea, smoothie bowls, sandwiches, waffles, salads, and more, including gluten-free, dairy-free, vegan and vegetarian options. Chappaqua, 1 Station Plaza Chappaqua, NY 10514; Somers, 249 US-202 6 Heritage Center, Somers, NY 10589; Baldwin Place, 57 Route 6, Crossroads Plaza Baldwin Place, NY 10505 and Ridgefield, 32 Danbury Road, Ridgefield, CT 06877,

Croton-On-Hudson and Pleasantville: 

The Black Cow Coffee Company: A coffee spot/gathering space where you can get a great cup of coffee and connect with the community. The founders also deeply support social justice causes and offer resources/ways to help should you be able to. They also regularly feature art by local artists and have some fun merchandise. Croton, 4 Old Post Road S, Croton-On-Hudson, NY 10520 and Pleasantville, 7 Wheeler Avenue, Pleasantville, NY 10570.

Hastings-on Hudson:

Good Witch Coffee Bar: This modern coffee shop is located in an historic brick building that’s actually a converted ticket lounge right above the Hastings-on-Hudson platform. Here, you can get coffee drinks, pastries, and whole beans. They also regularly host events, offer live music, and have a great backdrop where you can chill, work, and connect. 134 Southside Avenue, Hastings-on-Hudson, NY 10706

Larchmont:

Sunshine Coffee Roasters: Founded in 2016, this local roaster is your go-to spot for blends and single origin beans. The menu also includes pastries, toasts, and whole beans. 1932 Palmer Avenue, Larchmont, New York 10538.

New Rochelle:

R Patisserie Cafe & Tea Boutique: A modern cafe, you’ll find some incredible coffee and tea selections at R Patisserie Cafe & Tea Boutique like the Kyto Iced Drip Coffee and the classic Latte as well as goodies like croissants, muffins, alfajores, and more. 302 Huguenot Street, New Rochelle, NY 10801

Mount Kisco:

Mimi’s Coffee House: A coffeeshop/community, you’ll instantly feel at home at Mimi’s. Offering classic coffee drinks and teas, you’ll also find Avocado Toast, soup, baked goods (including gluten-free options), and sandwiches. Mimi’s often hosts regular community events, such as open mic, art shows, and pop-up shops to connect and support others in the community as well. 37 South Moger Avenue, Mount Kisco, NY 10549.

Tarrytown:

Coffee Lab Roasters: Located right next to the iconic Tarrytown Music Hall, Coffee Lab is a great spot to get a tea or coffee before a show. They have a wide coffee and tea selection as well as some delicious baked goods where you can get treats from local bakers like Flour & Sun, the Dessertist, Gone Pie (gluten-free options), Golden Bakery, and more. You can also get your beans to go to roast and enjoy at home as well. 7 Main Street, Tarrytown, NY 10591.

Muddy Water Coffee & Café: Enjoy organic, fair-trade coffee and tea in the cozy Muddy Water Coffee & Café. The menu boasts sweet & savory options like soup, hummus, croissants, scones, cookies, and much more. They also have gluten-free and vegan options. 52 Main Street, Tarrytown, NY 10591.

Ossining:

First Village Coffee: Visit this specialty coffee shop in Ossining for some incredible coffee, pastries (vegan options as well), and community. They regularly host events and have a patio area for outdoor seating. 123 Main Street, Ossining, NY 10562.

White Plains:

Araras Coffee & More: Enjoy an incredible variety of Brazilian blends at this specialty coffee shop. Specialty coffee drinks are a must-try such as the Dulce de Leche and White Golden Bonbon. In addition to coffee, they also serve up sweet and savory Brazilian fare like Flan, Pastel (crispy pocket dough) and Coxinha (chicken with catupiry cheese), to name a few delicious options. 406 C Mamaroneck Avenue, White Plains, NY 10605.

Hastings Tea & Coffee: This special location not only offers tea and coffee but you can also enjoy wine, beer, and signature drinks. The location also offers live music and some food such as sandwiches, quiche, wraps, and oatmeal. 235 Main Street, White Plains, New York 10601.

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