[New York City] Happy Bones is that one café that I’ve been wanting to visit the most, out of all the cafes I planned for my NYC trip.
That was how it became my first coffee stop in Manhattan.
Founded by a New Zealander and an artist, the café is mainly inspired by New Zealand coffee culture.
Its location in Little Italy is prime for shopping and café hopping – you can spend an entire day in the vicinity.
Popular cafes and dessert shops (Cha Cha Matcha, Milk and Cream) can be found within walkable distances from one another and just right next to Little Italy is the fancy shopping district of Soho.
The space, though tiny with just three marble tables available for seating, is bright and airy thanks to the exposed white brick walls, semi-industrial concept and minimal décor.
We were lucky enough to grab an empty table (my New Yorker friend said she finds it hard to find one here).
We ordered a Latte (USD4.5, SGD6) and Cappuccino (USD4, SGD5.50), and had some pastries to go with our coffee. Taste-wise, the coffee here was just right for