2021: Queens Voted Kinship Coffee Cooperative Best Coffee Shop for Getting Work Done!

Kinship Coffee Cooperative
30-05 Steinway St, Astoria
(646) 468-7149

Calling all writers, photographers, graphic designers and other freelancers! Tired of working from home and desperately need a change in scenery? Head on over to Astoria’s Kinship Coffee Cooperative on Steinway Street where you’ll be able to get your work done while sipping on a cup of one of their many caffeinated options from drip coffee to lattes to cold brew. They say there’s a calmness when there’s coffee, and it’s true. That calmness is aided with its warm atmosphere and quietness that can only boost productivity and have you consider Kinship Coffee Cooperative as your “new and improved” office space for the foreseeable future.

 

Paris Baguette (National Winner)
156-24 Northern Blvd, Flushing
(718) 961-0404 – parisbaguetteusa.com

Are you tired of working from home, or looking to set up a work meeting off the premises and desperately need a change in scenery? Preferably, a scenery of the Parisian kind? Be your most productive self at Paris Baguette where the coffee is fresh and the atmosphere is quiet. Since 1988, Queens locals have enjoyed Paris Baguette’s French-inspired breads, pastries, sandwiches and salads. Whether you’re ordering one of their signature coffees or need a much-needed smoke sausage bread to help you power through that important project, Paris Baguette has everything you need to start and finish off your day on the right foot!

2020: Queens Voted COFFEED Best Coffee Shop for Getting Work Done!

COFFEED
37-18 Northern Blvd, Long Island City
(718) 606-1299 – coffeednyc.com

COFFEED is a New York City-based, locally-sourced, charity-minded café and specialty coffee company. Their mission is to provide superior products at competitive prices while keeping charitable giving at the forefront of all they do. They roast our own coffee, bake our own pastries, and through our partnership with the Brooklyn Grange, source much of our produce from the acre-sized roof of our flagship location in Long Island City. Each COFFEED location donates a significant percentage (up to 10%) of its gross revenue to worthy local charities. They are driven to become one of the most charitable companies in the world and one of the most profitable as well. 

2019: Queens Voted Coffeed Best Coffee Shop for Getting Work Done!

Coffeed

MULTIPLE QUEENS LOCATIONS
(718)-606-1299 – www.coffeednyc.com

COFFEED is a New York City-based, locally-sourced, charity-minded café and specialty coffee company. Our mission is to provide superior products at competitive prices, while keeping charitable giving at the forefront of all we do.  We roast our own coffee, bake our own pastries, and through our partnership with the Brooklyn Grange, source much of our produce from the acre-sized roof of our flagship location in Long Island City, Queens.  Each COFFEED location donates a significant percentage (up to 10%) of its gross revenue to worthy local charities. We are driven to become one of the most charitable companies in the world and one of the most profitable as well.

2018: Queens Voted Coffeed Best Coffee Shop for Getting Work Done!

Coffeed

MULTIPLE QUEENS LOCATIONS

coffeednyc.com

COFFEED is a New York City-based, locally-sourced, charity-minded café and specialty coffee company. Our mission is to provide superior products at competitive prices, while keeping charitable giving at the forefront of all we do.  We roast our own coffee, bake our own pastries, and through our partnership with the Brooklyn Grange, source much of our produce from the acre-sized roof of our flagship location in Long Island City, Queens.  Each COFFEED location donates a significant percentage (up to 10%) of its gross revenue to worthy local charities. We are driven to become one of the most charitable companies in the world and one of the most profitable as well.

2017: Queens Voted Sweetleaf Best Coffee Shop for Getting Work Done!

Sweetleaf
10-93 Jackson Ave., Long Island City. 917-832-6726
Lauded by The New York Times as “one of the most civilized things in Long Island City,” Sweetleaf serves as a home away from home – and an office away from office – for a number of Queens residents. Since its opening in 2008, the Jackson Avenue bar has had one simple goal: to be the best espresso bar possible, and to keep getting better. It must be doing something right since this sweet little coffee shop was voted best coffee shop for getting work done. At first a 300-square-foot shop, the original Sweetleaf was expanded to triple its size in 2010 and has since become a comfortable work station for natives and newcomers alike. According to its owners, “it’s where old world charm meets state-of-the- art machinery to create something special and unique.” And Queens agrees.