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Americans love their coffee. From the time they wake up in the morning or even to keep them awake and fully energized for those late-night shifts, a piping hot cup of freshly brewed coffee is what keep Americans going. This is particularly true in Manhattan where everyone is on a frenzied pace. To keep up with the energy-guzzling activities of Manhattanites, the best coffee shops have cropped up in every corner of the borough from W Broadway down south to Lexington up north. If you are visiting Manhattan and you simply would like to try the best coffee shops the borough has to offer, then you must try these best places in Manhattan to get coffee.

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Culture Espresso – Located on W 38th Street, Culture Espresso provides two very distinct espressos that New Yorkers have learned to love passionately through the years. With a Victorian-inspired interior, having a sip or two of hot piping espresso has never been this good.

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Abraco – An East Village standout, Abraco is not your typical coffee shop as it is a seat-less joint where baristas provide New Yorkers and visitors a taste of their topnotch coffee as well as delectable nibbles. Expect long queues. But if you’re a Manhattanite, you’d be more than happy to wait.

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Little Collins Café – Established by an enterprising Aussie who wanted to provide New Yorkers with a distinct taste of coffee, Australian style. They’ve got brekkie options as well as sweet selections, something that a real New York-Manhattan coffee shop is not really famous for. Nevertheless, they serve really edgy coffee in a bamboo colored cup, brewed under the counter.

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Stumptown Coffee Roasters – If you want hipster java made of carefully selected and freshly roasted coffee beans, then Stumptown Coffee Roastes on W 29th Street is the shop to go. Unfortunately, the unusually long line can be quite a challenge especially if you are raring for a good cup of coffee. The good thing is that Stumptown baristas manage to keep the line on a steady fast pace.

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Ninth Street Espresso – Known around Manhattan as the coffeehouse of coffee-lovers, the Ninth Street Espresso serves their clientele with meticulously prepared java complete with an espresso that can really pack a whopping punch. The spaces have very simple aesthetic feel to it but the baristas are simply topnotch.

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Café Grumpy – Chelsea – If you see grumpy coffee connoisseurs entering a coffee shop on W 20th Street and come out smiling and all caffeinated, you’ve just discovered Café Grumpy – Chelsea. They’ve got custom-drip whizzes that only single-origin roasts are known to produce with a hipsterish attitude.

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Of course, you don’t have to go out of your comfortable and cozy place just to enjoy world-class coffee. You can enjoy piping hot cups right in your own home. Just order your favorite roast of coffee from A1 Coffee and you can concoct your very own hot beverage. Add your favorite soy milk to create one lavish latte or take it straight up as black as you can. After all, it’s your coffee.