Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Best of the Coffee Houses

One of my first posts was a round-up of local coffee houses back in June, 2007. It seems like high time to revisit the topic. Some of the same ones are on the list, but there are a few notable additions, too.

Bean Runner Cafe Located in the Peekskill Art's District, this place has a number of tasty lunch items as well as good brew. There's a big playroom for the kids to go wild. And there's excellent live jazz every Friday and Saturday night. Bean Runner Cafe

Wobble Cafe Serving breakfast and lunch, this Ossining hot spot's menu features items such as crepes, paninis, and green eggs. In addition to coffee, there's a range of tasty beverages from milk shakes to egg cremes. Wobble Cafe

Noka Joe's Located on Katonah's main drag, this funky coffee house has a 50's feel and serves up a variety of brews, along with a selection of baked goods and breakfast fare. Noka Joe's

Peekskill Coffee House Serving as the hub and and heart of the Arts District, this coffee house exudes funky cool (above).  There's a large variety of coffee and pastries, as well as live music Friday and Saturday evenings at 8:00, and Sunday afternoons at 1:00. Peekskill Coffee House

The Black Cow The coffee list at this Croton landmark is something to behold. Exuding a warm and comfy vibe, the coffee house is like a second home to many. Black Cow 

Perks Coffee & Tea Bar Small but cool, this Katonah coffee house is a good place to take a break on Katonah Avenue. 

Yorktown Heights Starbucks The little slate-roofed brick building has such a comfy feel—and such an awesome garden—that you'll actually forget it's a you-know-what. Yorktown Heights Starbuck


Anonymous said...

Awesome! Another very useful post. Thank you guardian angel of us over-caffeinated Northern Westerchesterers.

Anonymous said...

I also like the cafe at Hilltop Farms in Croton on Hudson.

(btw, big fan of your blog!)