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4 Must Visit Korean Coffee Shops in New York

4 Must Visit Korean Coffee Shops in New York

1. Gong Gan

🕒 11:30 AM - 12:00 AM (Next day)

📍 37-02 Prince St, Queens, NY 11354, United States

📞 (646) 305-5626

In the beginning of 2023, Gong Gan was launched with its ambition of articulating and expressing a stunning representation of cultural experiences and inspirations from both Korea and New York. With its soft opening, Gong Gan is already one of the most want-to-visit spaces where people can experience a whole new redefining of Korean desserts including its exceptionally stunning viral rainbow cake, suk cake, and chicken croffle. Gong Gan is currently collaborating with a bunch of designers, artists, baristas, and patissiers from Korea and New York. This is your first must visit shop whenever you are in New York.

 

2. Pavé

🕒 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM (Sat, Sun Closed)

📍 20 W 46th St, New York, NY 10036, United States

📞 (646) 454-1387

Pavé opened with the hope of making freshly baked bread for all. Despite the café/bakery having heavily European styles and menus being mostly French, Chef Jonghun Won and Jin Ahn’s friendship brought Korean passion and notes to the flavors. Chef Won graduated from CIA (The Culinary Institute of America at Hyde Park) and built his culinary career as the original Executive Pastry Chef at Jungsik Seoul. Chef Won concurrently works as the sole proprietor of La Tabatiere, located in Closter, New Jersey. Pavé’s sole purpose of baking and supplying fresh bread is honorable as these breads are used to make different types of sandwiches, focaccias, and pastries. Smoked Salmon, Brie & Green Apple, Jambon Beurre, and Country Pâté Sandwiches are indeed their best sellers.

  

3. DAE

🕒 Wed 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM

     Thu, Fri, Sat 10:00 AM - 3:30 PM and 5:00 PM - 11 PM

     Sun 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM

     (Mon, Tue Closed)

📍 385 Smith St, Brooklyn, NY 11231, United States

📞 N/A

DAE, newly opened this year (2023), is a space for everything from a homeware   and design shop, café, wine bar, to a private event hosting space. Within the walls of DAE, everyone is free to pause and savor the special moment of life with its carefully and deliberately created and curated bites, liberation, and home goods. This aesthetic venue is aesthetically decorated, giving a soothing, calming experience to its customers despite being located on a busy New York street. All drinks and dishes are beautifully and deliciously crafted. Their twist of traditional Korean drinks including the Misugaru Latte, Mugwort Latte, and Cheongju Express are definitely your must haves.

4. Grace Street 

🕒 11:00 AM - 12:00 AM (Next day)

📍 17 W 32nd St, New York, NY 10001, United States

📞 (917) 745-2125

Grace street is probably the closest thing you will find in NYC to a typical Korean Coffee Shop. Located in Koreatown, Grace Street is a Korean coffee shop that offers specialty drinks and exceptional desserts. Sunset Lemonade and Mango Madness Shaved Snow are some of their best selling menus. If you wish to try Korean drinks and desserts that you have seen in K-drams, Grace Street should automatically be on the top of your list of cafe options.