Are you looking to support Long Island coffee shops? Do you need some caffeine and more? If you need a quality coffee fix, look no further than this guide to the best Long Island Coffee Shops. Get your java, snacks, and style. While there is nothing wrong with Starbucks, 7-Eleven, or Dunkin Donuts (love them all), buying local is an entirely different level and service. Here your face and order will be remembered, here your preferences will be respected, and here you can pair your cup of latte with a straight-out-of-the-oven muffin.
If you are a coffee addict…sorry, I meant coffee lover, like me, then your most common search is for the best coffee shop nearby, and that’s why this list of the best Long Island coffee shops will prove invaluable to you. Add the page to your bookmarks so that you don’t ever have to suffer a minute without a cup of hot energizing coffee if you somehow end up in an unfamiliar neighborhood. This is all about Long Island caffeine culture at it’s finest!
34 Best Long Island Coffee Shops
Here’s your guide to 34 (not including the total of the shops with multiple locations) of the best Long Island Coffee Shops you can enjoy! Be sure to visit, grab a drink and a snack, and spend some time soaking in the culture, the atmosphere, and all the local personality that makes each and every one of these places to special!
RELATED: While you’re at it, support even more local businesses and coffee! Check out this Guide to 17 great Long Island coffee roasters!
Bean Coffee House
With several locations on Long Island, Bean Coffee House has become the rejuvenation destination for many locals. They offer a great variety of coffee beans from all over the world, including French roast, Colombia Supremo, Jamaica Blue Mountain, and more. In addition to classic and specialty coffee and other beverages, there are delicious breakfast and lunch items, as well as mouth-watering bakery goods. All locations offer you free Wi-Fi, live music, open mic, and psychic readings.
You can get your dose of energy every day as early as 4:45 a.m at Babylon location, from 6 a.m. at Bay Shore.
Babylon Bean Coffee House:
17 Fire Island Ave, Babylon, L.I., NY 11702
Find out more by visiting thebabylonbean.com or calling 631-587-7729.
Babylon Bean North Coffee House:
775 Deer Park Ave., North Babylon, L.I., NY 11703
Find out more by visiting thebabylonbean.com or calling 631-314-4073.
Bay Shore Bean Coffee House:
47 East Main Street, Bayshore, L.I., NY 11706
Find out more by visiting bayshorebean.com/ or calling 631-647-7971.
An Australian-style café and coffee shop, Bluestone Lane offers you multiple locations across the USA, and it’s awesome that there is one on Long Island, too. Premium coffee (Colombian, Brazilian, Peruvian roasts), various milk options, delicious seasonal food – this coffee shop surely knows what quality beverages and brekkie sandwiches should taste like. The shops are beautiful and the food includes some of those Aussie staples like the now near ubiquitous avocado toast!
What makes this spot really special is the shopping, too! The Beach Collective features swim, sports, leisure, ready-to-wear fashion, accessories and skincare, drawing every personality type to the best collective of brands to love in summer. Australian labels have had an undeniable influence on the US fashion scene, and now, via the Beach Collective pop-up-style shop, you can find the most popular Aussie brands all in one place.
Bluestone Lane Montauk is currently closed for winter, but it’ll be open soon.
786 Montauk Hwy, Montauk, L.I., NY 11954
Find out more by visiting bluestonelane.com or calling 718-374-6858.
The coffee culture is so much more than just getting a bit of energy through an espresso shot, and nobody understands this fact better than Caffe Portofino. It used to be a precious little coffee house but evolved into a full cafe experience with heavenlike beverages, breakfast & lunch options, open mic, live music, and poetry readings. This cozy and welcoming establishment will forever hold your heart from your first sip of their coffee.
Caffee Portofino will be glad to take your order every day from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
249 Main St, Northport, L.I., NY 11768
Find out more by visiting facebook.com/caffeportofino11768 or by calling 631-262-7656.
Coffee Booths, with its humble-looking interior, might not catch your attention when you are walking or driving by, but if you decide to give it a chance, you won’t regret it. The precious little coffee house uses Aldo’s coffee beans hand-roasted in Greenport and real ingredients, such as melted Belgium chocolate or caramel, to make flavored coffee. The result is going to blow your taste buds away. Coffee Booths also prepares their muffins and biscuits on the premises according to a family recipe.
The coffee shop is so authentic, charming, and prepares everything with so much love that it’s impossible not to love them back. To get your cup of coffee with a shot of joy, you can head to Coffee Booths from Monday to Saturday, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
226 Middle Country Rd, Selden, L.I., NY 11784
Find out more by visiting facebook.com/Coffeebooths or by calling 631-846-1966.
The Crazy Beans coffee shop is a delicious union of coffee and food – imagine pancake quesadilla so that you understand what I’m talking about – brought to you by a harmonic union of Timothy (a chef) and Callie (who had a dream of opening a coffee shop). Sometimes, things just click the right way, and the result can bring joy to everyone on Earth. And so it happened with this couple. They fell in love, but the whole island benefits from it.
Long Island has three locations where you can have a fantastic time eating their beautiful breakfast wraps cooked to order and drinking their specialty beverages served in mason jars.
2 Front Street, Greenport, L.I., NY 11944
Find out more by visiting crazybeansrestaurant.com or calling 631-333-2436.
97 Main Street, Stony Brook Village Center, L.I., NY 11790
Find out more by visiting crazybeansrestaurant.com or calling 631-675-6964.
159-14 NY-25A, Miller Place, L.I., NY 11764
Find out more by visiting crazybeansrestaurant.com or calling 631-403-4954.
Druthers Coffee isn’t about fancy design or long names of drinks that are hard to remember; it’s a tidy lovely place where you go to just sit, drink some coffee, and enjoy your quiet afternoon. There are plenty of choices for both coffee and tea lovers, and freshly baked goods with friendly staff will make a regular out of you after only one visit.
The only complaint you’ll ever have about this coffee shop is that they don’t stay open 24/7. But at least, they are open every day. On weekdays, Druthers Coffee work from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. On weekends, their working hours are 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
1113 N Country Rd Building 5, Stony Brook, L.I., NY 11790
Learn more by visiting druthers.coffee.
East Rock is all about being unique. Bold colors, floral wallpaper, comfy vibes, velvet couches, and great coffee smell makes you think you are in the coolest house ever.
East Rock’s espresso bar can customize any drink with any milk or organic syrup, The bar also offers specialty items, like a white mocha and an iced Pink Island. Even the coffee syrup flavorings they offer are uncommon. In addition to hazelnut and caramel, you can enjoy your drink with lavender, rose, and raspberry for example.
East Rock offers a weekend brunch from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. You’ll find a teatime platter for two: croissants, scones, burrata and lox crostinis, and crostinis made with avocado and quail eggs.
100 Long Beach Road, Island Park, L.I., NY 11558
Find out more by visiting eastrockcoffeeislandpark.com or by calling 516-442-7208.
Once you go Flux, you can never go back. Consider that a warning, especially if you don’t live nearby. You’ll want to drink their phenomenal coffee all day every day. And Flux Coffee knows exactly what effect their heavenly beverages have on their customers, so they’ve come up with ways that ease your cravings. They offer 32 oz cups (they are so huge that you’ll be full the whole day) and bags of coffee that allow you to enjoy their beautiful products at home.
Flux Coffee is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily.
211 Main St, Farmingdale, L.I., NY 11735
To learn more, visit fluxcoffee.com or call 516-586-8979.
For Five Coffee Manhasset
For Five Coffee Shop attracts and holds your attention immediately as soon as you lay your eyes on it. It’s one of the more beautiful Long Island coffee shops you can visit. It’s hard to pinpoint what exactly calls to you – its bright sign, clean appearance, modern design, or maybe, your subconscious knows that you’ll find amazing coffee and cookies there. Their food program is designed by executive chef, Scheyla Acosta. They serve gluten free, dairy free, and vegan options throughout their breakfast, lunch and dinner menus, and offer freshly-made snacks like their For Five Stuffed Cookies.
They’ve got all your favorites, but if you ask me, Fruity Pebbles cookies and The Five Coffee (orange peel, espresso shot, Gotham Chocolate ganache shot) are a must-try! I think this Instagram Reels says it all! instagram.com/p/CPL5MypnfFo/
For Five Coffee Roaster is open every day from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
292 Plandome Rd, Manhasset, L.I., NY 11030
For more information, visit forfivecoffee.com or call 516-918-9488.
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Gentle Brew Coffee
What can be better than a sunny day that starts with a cup of refreshing iced coffee? The same combination with the view of the ocean! And that’s exactly what Gentle Brew Coffee offers you. Its charming decor makes you feel at home, the view of the ocean makes you feel happier, the aroma of fresh coffee empowers you, and the mouth-watering look of their pastries makes you glad you are alive.
Gentle Brew Coffee is ready to lift your spirit every day from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.
151 E Park Ave, Long Beach, L.I., NY 11561
Visit gentlebrewcoffee.com to find out more or call 516-605-2370.
You know love, it’s in the details. So if you are a coffee lover that wants to buy coffee from people who appreciate it as you do, Georgio’s Coffee is where you want to be. The owners of the coffee shop, Lydia and Georgio, have been in the coffee business for 35 years, visited six coffee-producing countries and sixty farms, and strive to bring you the finest coffee. If you need more proof of their commitment, think about this – they use coffee to make ice for iced coffee as water dilutes the taste. So when it comes to high-quality coffee drinks, you can trust people who thought of detail as small as that.
Georgio’s Coffee is open Monday through Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
1965 New Hwy, Farmingdale, L.I., NY 11735
Visit georgioscoffee.com to learn more or call 516-238-2999.
Gourmet Whaler Market & Cafe
Gourmet market and cafe serving breakfast and lunch. All of their food is made to order fresh daily and all of our baked goods are done on premises by the Baker/Owner. Denise welcomes you to come in for food, drink & treats, cakes, pies, fudge, homemade baked goods, Gluten Free items, organic fair trade coffee, espresso, cappuccino, smoothies, and ice cream! Some of their menu items include: Acai bowl, eggs, pancakes, French toast, fish tacos, lobster rolls, quiches, burgers, salad, BLT and more.
111 Main Street, Cold Spring Harbor, L.I, NY 11724
Find out more by calling (631) 659-2977 and by visiting gourmetwhalerny.com.
Gregorys Coffee is available in 30 locations across NY, NJ, and Washington DC, and this beloved coffee shop has finally come to the Island! If you try their products, you’ll understand that there was no other destiny for this chain, which serves the best coffee and food. Gregory’s offers you world-class espresso, cappuccinos, lattes, cold brews, and some pretty unique beverages, like Blue Biotic Shot and Wake Me Up Shot. The food is made from scratch daily and includes a variety of vegan and gluten-free options.
Both Long Island locations of Gregorys Coffee are open every day from 6:45 a.m. to 7 p.m.
1932 Deer Park Ave, Deer Park, L.I., NY 11729
For more information, visit gregoryscoffee.com or call 585-986-4395.
874 Walt Whitman Rd, Melville, L.I., NY 11747
For more information, visit gregoryscoffee.com or call 585-986-4406.
Ground Central Coffee Company
If you’ve ever had a simple dream of sitting in a cozy coffee shop with a book, drinking hot chocolate or latte on a rainy day, then you’ll find Ground Central Coffee Company the perfect place for this. Another NYC transplant on our shores, its homey interior has a bit of a library vibe and its seating is so comfortable you can stay in there forever. And if you do stay there for a while, you’ll get to try more of their delicious coffee and food choices, and that’s definitely a good deal.
Ground Central Coffee Company is open from 7:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily.
659 Sunrise Hwy, Lynbrook, L.I., NY 11563
To find out more, visit ground-central.com or call 516-758-3455.
Hampton Coffee Company
A family-owned and community-focused coffee business, Hampton Coffee Company started as a small espresso bar and coffee micro-roastery in 1994. Now you can visit their espresso bar & café in several areas on Long Island. And if you are in the right place at the right time, you can even enjoy Hampton Coffee without going to one of their shops – their custom-made Mobile Espresso Unit offers a full menu of hot/cold beverages and freshly baked goods around The Hamptons and North Fork. The company also ships their hand-roasted coffee all over the country, so even if you are moving away from Long Island, you won’t have to say goodbye to Hampton Coffee Company.
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Find out more by visiting hamptoncoffeecompany.com or calling 631-726-2633.
The name Heavenly Coffee may put some pressure on the other Long Island coffee shops as there are now expectations involved! Heavenly Coffee delivers on the name and offers you a good variety of espresso drinks and more than 50 flavors of iced coffee. One thing that makes this coffee shop stand out among thousands of others is that they don’t use syrups or sugars to make their flavored coffee. The coffee beans are infused with flavor during the roasting process so there is simply no need to add anything else. Try Nutella or Oreo specialty latte – they’ll take you straight to coffee heaven.
The two LI locations have different opening hours, so be sure to check them before you head there.
268a Atlantic Ave, East Rockaway, L.I., NY 11518
2330 Merrick Rd, Merrick, L.I., NY 11566
To learn more, visit heavenlycoffeeny.com or call 516-872-1246
Jack Jack’s Coffee House
Jack Jack’s Coffee House is a lovely dog-themed shop where coffee and art meet. There you can enjoy flavorful La Colombe specialty coffee, listen to live music or poetry readings and check out abstract paintings and contemporary art from J2X Gallery. The coffee shop also serves delicious sandwiches and wraps and is vegan/vegetarian-friendly. If your life could use some art, Jack Jack’s is the place to be.
The coffee house is open every day from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
223 Deer Park Ave, Babylon, L.I., NY 11702
Visit https://www.jackjackscoffeehouse.com/ to learn more or call 631-526-9983.
Jack’s Stir Brew Coffee
With its unique brewing technique, vegan pastries, and organic shade-grown coffee, Jack’s Stir Brew Coffee is definitely one of a kind. Have a vegan apple cider donut, drink an iced mocha, and start planning your next visit. Yes, it’s a bit pricey, but that’s what you pay for a quality product.
You can visit the Montauk location of Jack’s Stir Brew Coffee every day from 6:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. The Sag Harbor shop is open from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday through Thursday, to 3 p.m. Friday through Sunday. The East End has some great Long Island coffee shops, doesn’t it?
146 Montauk Hwy Amagansett, L.I., NY 11930
For more information, visit.jacksstirbrew.com or call 631-267-5555.
51 Division St., Sag Harbor, L.I., NY 11963
For more information, visit jacksstirbrew.com or call 631-808-3420.
Kings Coast Coffee
Kings Coast Coffee is all coffee, no distractions. It’s trying to be the king of Long Island coffee shops while being all about the beans. You won’t find a variety of snacks and sandwiches or hundreds of iced coffee flavors. The shop was opened recently, so their menu is relatively small, and they only offer two choices of milk – organic whole and oat – but the coffee is simply to die for. So don’t let the lack of milk and food options turn you away from this place because you’ll miss out on a lot. Also, be sure to check out their blended, single-origin, and micro-lot coffee.
Kings Coast Coffee will be happy to serve you on any day, except Sunday. They are open from 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. on weekdays, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturdays.
55 Carlough Rd, Bohemia, L.I., NY 11716
Learn more by visiting kingscoastcoffee.com or calling 631-238-1666.
Kookaburra Coffee Co.
The charming little coffee shop with a quirky name Kookaburra Coffee Co. is a favorite Long Island coffee shops for sure, and you don’t have to be a psychic to know it’s true as there is always a line to wait on no matter what time of day it is. Freshly baked muffins and oat milk iced lattes seem to be all it takes to convert anyone into a patron. Or maybe, it’s the service and the baristas who remember their regular customers. Anyway, you won’t know unless you try.
You are welcome to Kookaburra Coffee on any day. Monday through Wednesday, their working hours are 6-3:30 p.m.; Thursday and Friday, it’s 6-4p.m.; Saturday, they work from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Sunday, it’s 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.
324A Hempstead Ave, Malverne, L.I., NY 11565
69 N. Village Ave., Rockville Centre, L.I., NY 11570
Visit kookaburracoffeeny.com/visit or call 516-255-1750 to learn more.
Left Hand Coffee
Located just a few steps away from a beach, Left Hand Coffee is one of those great Long Island coffee shops to get your dose of caffeine before the fun beach day. There are plenty of hot and iced latte options, cold brew, and many non-dairy milk choices. The only complaint you might make about the coffee shop is that they serve their amazing coffee in small cups only. The coffee is so good it’s never enough.
You can visit Left Hand Coffee from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. on weekdays and 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on weekends.
83 S Elmwood Ave, Montauk, L.I., NY 11954
Find out more by visiting lefthandcoffee.com or calling 631-238-5434.
If you’ve ever dreamt of finding a place like Central Perk where Friends hanged out, you’ve got it. Massapequa Perk’s name is an obvious sign that the coffee shop has all the same qualities – warm, welcoming atmosphere, fresh baked goods (donuts!), a variety of teas, and coffee consistent in taste and quality. Grab a cup while chatting with a friend, working, or waiting for your train (it’s right across the street from the Massapequa Park train station) – the coffee shop is great on any occasion.
Massapequa Perk is open from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. on weekdays, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. on weekends.
117 Front St, Massapequa Park, L.I., NY 11762
Find out more by visiting facebook.com/Massapequa.perk or by calling 516-541-7375.
Morning Rose Café
Usually, people don’t expect much from coffee in a cafe. Food – yes, food taste and quality get scrutinized, but coffee? You are okay with the lesser the coffee taste if your pancakes taste heavenly. But in Morning Rose Cafe, you don’t have to settle; you can have it all. They’ve got hot and iced coffee, killer cappuccino, fantastic breakfast (banana Nutella crepe, anyone?) and lunch dishes, and the service is friendly and attentive, too.
What more could you want? Well, the food here is literally unbelievable. It’s amazing. I mean, it’s just really special. The last time I went I had a daily special croissant french toast stuffed with goat cheese and topped with pistachios. It was just fantastic.
Morning Rose Cafe’s opening hours are 8 a.m. to 2:45 p.m. Wednesday through Sunday.
317 Bedford Ave, Bellmore, L.I., NY 11710
For more information, visit morningrosecafe.com or call 516-221-5010.
Muni’s Coffee Joint
Muni’s serves a variety of drinks, such as lattes, cappuccinos, flat whites, espresso, and regular coffee. The beans are supplied by East End Coffee Roasters, which is owned by the Bean-brand coffeeshops. Bopp also sells smoothies, fresh-pressed juices, paninis, salads, açai bowls, crepes, and bakery items. This is a warm, community focused spot.
222 N. Wellwood Avenue, Lindenhurst, L.I., NY 11757
Find out more by calling 631- 412-5085 or by visiting munis-coffee-joint.business.site.
Nana’s Ice Cream and Coffee House
Coffee and ice cream – two things that can make any day better – are the pillars on which Nana’s Ice Cream and Coffee House stands, so naturally, those are the things you should try first. But the food and drinks aren’t limited to these two options only; the eatery also offers you waffles, burgers, sandwiches, various deserts, and even alcoholic beverages, including Abita beers. Everything Nana’s Ice Cream and Coffee House serves looks great and tastes better. You can check whether it’s true or not on any day of the week from noon to 9 p.m.
225A Post Ave, Westbury, L.I., NY 11590
To learn more, visit nanaswestbury.com or call 516-338-6888.
North Fork Roasting Co.
When you visit North Fork Roasting Co., you can order the first thing you see and still be extremely satisfied with your purchase – they are that good. But on top of high-quality coffee and spectacular food, the service is great, and the whole coffee shop emits warm homey vibes that make you want to come back again and again.
North Fork Roasting Co. is open every day. Sunday through Thursday, you can check it out from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. On Fridays and Saturdays, the coffee shop stays open until 5 p.m.
55795 Main Rd, Southold, L.I., NY 11971
To find out more, visit northforkroastingco.com or call 631-876-5450.
Pipeline Coffee Company
In 2018, two friends, a physical therapist and a local contractor, decided to open a coffee shop. They had three requirements: perfect roast, beautiful decor, and sustainable methods. And that’s what Pipeline Coffee Company is all about. They provide Long Islanders with fresh local sustainable coffee and food. As for the beautiful decor, come by one of the two LI shops and be the judge of whether they met their own beauty standard or not.
318A Sunrise Hwy, Rockville Centre, L.I., NY 11570
Learn more by visiting pipelinecoffeecompany.com or calling 516-205-8040.
1896 Wantagh Ave, Wantagh, L.I., NY 11793
Learn more by visiting pipelinecoffeecompany.com or calling 516-789-0458.
Roast Coffee & Tea Trading Company
This is one of the Long Island coffee shops that are not only family-owned but also a micro-roaster. Roast Coffee & Tea Trading Company specializes in single-origin micro-roasting green beans from all around the world right in their café. If you are tired of tasting the same coffee at different shops and you are ready for something different, it’s time to visit Roast Coffee & Tea.
This is one of the Long Island coffee shops that also offers you many tea options – black, green, herbal, oolong, rooibos, and yerba mate. The fare is worth mentioning, too. Pastries are freshly made, and there are vegan and vegetarian options. All in all, Roast Coffee & Tea Trading Company is great at everything they do.
The cafe is open 7 a.m. – 11 p.m. from Monday to Saturday, 8 a.m.- 9 p.m. on Sundays.
41 E Main St, Patchogue, L.I., NY 11772
Find out more by visiting roast.coffee or calling 631-627-3966.
Soul Brew, with its colorful plates, art pieces on the walls, and hippielike vibes, might not be everyone’s cup of tea at first glance. But if you just open your mind and give it a chance, your reward will be the whole world of delicious specialty coffee, tea, organic smoothies, and mouth-watering pancakes made with love and care. Nourish your body as well as your soul and mind with the best because you deserve it!
Soul Brew has three locations on Long Island, and while they have different working hours, all of them are open daily. As long as you visit between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m., you’ll be able to get your share of food and drinks.
556 Route 25a, Saint James, L.I., NY 11780
To find out more, visit soulbrew.coffee or call 631-250-9238.
387 New York Avenue, Huntington, L.I., NY 11746
To find out more, visit soulbrew.coffee or call 631-470-4697.
2718 Grand Avenue, Bellmore, L.I., NY 11710
To find out more, visit soulbrew.coffee or call 516-804-4624.
When you are at Southdown Coffee, expect nothing less than a masterpiece from anything they serve. Hot cappuccino? Masterpiece! Breakfast egg sandwiches? Amazing! Friendly staff? Yes, of course! Even the music they play is somehow just what you want to hear at that moment. I don’t know how it’s possible, but that’s the reality – Southdown Coffee is always top-notch.
Out of four Long Island locations, three have the same working hours – 7 a.m.- 6 p.m. every day – and they are Huntington, Glen Cove, Northport. The Southdown Coffee Oyster Bay shop is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily.
Click here to find the closest Southdown Coffee LI location.
Sweetie Pies on Main
Sweet Pies on Main features Georgios coffee and fare from local bakeries and has so many coffee flavors, teas, and desserts that you’ll definitely have a hard time choosing what you want. But isn’t it the best type of problem when you just can’t pick because you want everything? Be sure to grab your order and sit outside in the beautiful garden – your coffee break will become much more enjoyable.
Sweetie Pies on Main open their doors at 8 a.m. and stay open until 4 p.m. every day.
181 Main St, Cold Spring Harbor, L.I., NY 11724
For more information, visit sweetiepiesonmain.com or call 631-367-9500.
The Bean Of Patchogue
You’ve never been to The Bean Of Patchogue? Oh, you don’t know what you are missing out on! Getting a cup of coffee isn’t just that; it’s an experience that always puts you in a good mood no matter what is going in your life. It starts when you step inside the coffee shop and you are greeted by smiling faces. Feeling the warm welcome, you can’t not feel better, but it’s nothing compared to how you’ll feel after you try their fresh sweet treats and coffee made exactly how you like it. And the whole experience will only get more special if you become a patron at The Bean Of Patchogue because the staff always remembers the regulars and their orders.
This spectacular coffee shop is open daily from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
62 W Main St, Patchogue, L.I., NY 11772
Visit facebook.com/thebeanofpatchogue or call 631-569-4900 to learn more.
The Cup Coffeehouse
The Cup Coffeehouse is one of those Long Island coffee shops where you can easily lose track of time and spend the whole day. It has great coffee (specialty and your usual ones), a lunch & dinner menu, yummy desserts, live music, open mic nights, art, board games, and a comfy atmosphere. Whether you come here to chill with friends, listen to some music in the company of one, or study, The Cup will make sure you are fed and full of energy.
The opening hours of The Cup Coffeehouse are as follows: 6 p.m. – 11 p.m. Sunday through Thursday, 6 p.m. – 12 a.m. Friday and Saturday.
3268 Railroad Ave, Wantagh, L.I., NY 11793
Visit facebook.com/TheCupCoffeeHouse or call 516-826-9533 to find out more.
The French Workshop
The French Workshop, an artisan bakery and coffee shop, takes its job of bringing happiness to Long Islanders seriously. I don’t think there is another shop that understands how beautiful the union of coffee and dessert can be better than The French Workshop. Their Cold Brew, which is slow-brewed for 18 hours, or the espresso, which is 100% Arabica blend, goes really well with any of their various desserts – brownies, macaroons, tarts, or cakes. Give this amazing bakery/coffee shop a try; you won’t be disappointed.
191 7th St, Garden City, L.I., NY 11530
17 S Oyster Bay Rd, Plainview, L.I., NY 11803
For more information, visit thefrenchworkshop.com or call 516-248-6800.
The Witches Brew
After having tried The Witches Brew coffee, I have no problem believing they use sorcery to cook their food and mix their drinks. HAHA. Everything they make looks great, tastes delicious, and gives you intense cravings for more, like a lot more as soon as you leave the place. The bonus, this place is just so fun and so unique, just the vibe and décor alone is worth a trip!! So if you aren’t afraid of magic or getting addicted to this little coffee shop, you are welcome to The Witches Brew from Wednesday to Sunday, from noon to 11 p.m.
311 Hempstead Turnpike, West Hempstead, L.I., NY 11552
To learn more, visit facebook.com/The-Witches-Brew-41854822214/ or call 516-489-9482.
Toast Coffeehouse is not only one of the best Long Island coffee shops, it’s also just may be one of the best breakfast spots on Long Island. And when I say the best, I mean it’s so good that people are willing to drive an hour just to get the delicious meal. Here is a very important piece of advice: Toast’s portions and coffee mugs are huge, and you won’t want to leave anything, so come hungry.
All three Toast Coffeehouse locations have the same opening hours: 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on weekends.
242 E Main St Port Jefferson, L.I., NY 11777
To find out more, visit toastcoffeehouse.com or call 631-331-6860.
46 E Main St Patchogue, L.I., NY 11772
To find out more, visit toastcoffeehouse.com or call 631-654-7091.
9 South Park Avenue, Bay Shore, L.I., NY 11706
To find out more, visit toastcoffeehouse.com or call 631-647-9560.
A small coffee shop just outside the big city for people who are passionate about coffee. Opened up by the owners of PS Burger next door, this is a cozy, hip spot in the middle of downtown Mineola.
192 2nd St, Mineola, L.I., NY 11501
Find out more by calling 516-280-4082 or by visiting facebook.com/urbanbrewco.
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Check out the absolute best Long Island Wine Tours!
If you can’t make it to a tour, why not do some wine tasting at home with Bedell Cellars!
I know you’re getting hungry, so be sure to also check out the best wineries on Long Island for some great food!
While you’re in the area, be sure to check out these 9 relaxing things to do in the North Fork!
When you’re done with all of this wine drinking and relaxing, how about making it a weekend? Here are 10 great North Fork Long Island hotels to enjoy as well.
Things To See and Do on the South Fork
The Hamptons and Montauk is a world-renowned beach resort destination for good reason! There is just so much to see, do, and enjoy! Here are just a few of them:
Check out some luxury homes in The Hamptons!
Maybe you will love it so much, you’ll want to check out some Hamptons wedding venues!
Enjoy some of the world-class, amazing art in The Hamptons!
Enjoy some great Hamptons restaurants, including delivery!
How about the New Spots for Montauk & The Hamptons Summer 2021!!
Check out Shelter Island! Shelter Island is only accessible by the Shelter Island Ferry. The South Ferry connects to North Haven on the South Fork. Find out more about Shelter Island, it’s different towns and more by checking out this page that includes a handy Shelter Island Map!!
Make It A Weekend
The East End of Long Island is a really special spot. If you think you’d want to check it out and maybe even stay a while…that wouldn’t be such a terrible idea.
If you wanted to consider different options for staying on Long Island, be sure to check out these great places to stay in Montauk, 10 Hamptons hotels, 10 North Fork Long Island hotels, and this Guide to Sag Harbor hotels! Enjoy reading up on and hopefully exploring these wonderful Shelter Island hotels and let me know if you decide to make it a vacation!
More From The Long Island Local
Maybe grab a freshly brewed beer at these Long Island breweries and when you’ve had your fill of vino!
The bounty of great food on Long Island seems endless! From great steakhouses on Long Island to great Shelter Island restaurants to Long Island lobster rolls and Long Island bagels, there’s so much to enjoy. And how about all the wonderful Wölffer Estate Vineyard events and tastings?! Or maybe check out some Long Island oyster farms!