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Nolita Mart & Espresso Bar
Grocery Store
Today 8:30 AM – 10:00 PM
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156 Mott St New York, NY 10013
156 Mott StreetUSNew YorkNew York10013
Grocery Store, Coffee Shop
Grocery Store
Coffee Shop
Espresso Bar
Convenience Store
Natural Foods Store
Gourmet Grocery Store
Beer Store
Today 8:30 AM – 10:00 PM
Saturday 8:30 AM – 10:00 PMSunday 8:30 AM – 10:00 PMMonday 8:00 AM – 10:00 PMTuesday 8:00 AM – 10:00 PMWednesday 8:00 AM – 10:00 PMThursday 8:00 AM – 10:00 PMFriday 8:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Serving Stumptown Coffee in the front and a gourmet market in the rear selling only the finest nationally and locally available groceries and craft beer in bottles and for growler refills.
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Dual spot with espresso, baked goods & beer on tap in the front, upmarket groceries in the back.- Google
"My choice is excellent cold brew coffee, named "Hair Bender."
"This was our go-to meet up spot for good coffee/chai/tea and doughnuts."
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Sarah Scharfenberg
2 weeks ago
Charming. I love this little shop tucked inside Nolita. I was living in Queens and had a friend living in Brooklyn. This was our go-to meet up spot for good coffee/chai/tea and doughnuts. Enough space to hang and have conversation but small enough to where the place doesn't overcrowd and fill with noise. Beyond the coffee bar is a small mart with specialty groceries. Fun to shop and stock up on small favorites in chocolates, teas and coffee goods. The employees are also very nice. If I still lived in NYC, this would forever be my favorite coffee spot.
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John Lim
a year ago
Just a few blocks tucked away from the chaotic din of Chinatown's Canal St and Little Italy's Mulberry St is this neighborhood convenience store that lives up to its motto: "Not just another bodega". Enter and you'll be greeted by a barista who serves high quality espresso, lattes, cappuccinos, hot pour overs, and cold brew iced coffee from a finely curated selection of single origin roasters. Ask about their Kyoto Slow Drip, a 16 oz. cup of mind-blowing single origin iced coffee, which for only $3.50, is a deal unlikely to be found anywhere else in Manhattan. Don't have time to make your own iced coffee in the morning? Want draft beer to enjoy at home, or get started on a milk bottle exchange with one of your local NY creameries? No problem. Buy or bring in a 32 or 64 oz growler and enjoy their finely crafted cold brew, or one of the beers from their well curated draft selection; milk bottles are brought in here and exchanged by the award-winning Battenkill Valley Creamery in Salem, NY. In the back you'll also find a gluten-free section for snacks. This is certainly not your run-of-the-mill convenience store, and still one of the best-kept secrets of downtown Manhattan. Pop in for a peak, or have a seat and chat with owners Selina and James, who are as friendly as can be, or with the awesome barista who is serving your coffee.
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Terence Oh
a year ago
What's not to like? It would be my go to place for coffee, beer and gourmet groceries if I lived around here. Full espresso bar, cold brew and pourover coffees, as well as draft craft beer sold in bottles and growlers. The best testament to the quality has to be the old timers from Little Italy I saw popping in for coffee! There is a mini mart at the back stocked with quality coffee, teas, brewing accessories, and sundry other edibles.
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Srdjan Kalinic
2 years ago
Right near Nolita, but actually in Chinatown sits this beautifuly designed coffee shop/organic store/fashion magazine display with chillout electronic music playing in background.. A coffee shop that gives you a whole new experience of coffee tasting, with very pleasant baristas and wide range of different coffee to tryout. Inside the coffee shop is also a beautiful organic products store with carefully selected items.Music that plays in background is very light and relaxing, giving you a chance to sit down and relax in quietness of your own after a strenuous work week. My choice is excellent cold brew coffee, named "Hair Bender". I call it coffeine-cocaine. It will definitely wake you up for the rest of the day :)) A definite reccomendation in this neighbourhood !
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Joseph Kim
a year ago
The service is great here. The barista does a great job every time I stop by. Mostly, I get a ice coffee and it's always to perfection! Their wide variety of choices make this place much better than other cafe's. Come and try their special, "kyoto slow drip," it's pretty amazing!
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Jason Oliver Goodman
8 months ago
Really cute spot with good coffee. Usually not as long as a wait as most places.
Mathew Sheridan
a year ago
What can I say ? I love this place? Sort of hidden near the old world stores of Chinatown is Nolitamart. First, its a coffee bar serving up delicious single made cups of java goodness. Then, in the back is a find: a complete gourmet marketplace, which is just what we needed around here. I get the basics here (milk, sugar) but I also find new and unique products every time - things I didn't even know I could live without ! LOL I have tried new sodas, cheeses, chocolates, beers, and even cleaning products thanks to Nolitamart. Whoever does their buying has a keen eye for quality and the latest. The place is a gem.
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Jin Huang
a year ago
Ordered a small coffee and they made it fresh and it was amazing. Has a chill atmosphere where you enjoy your coffee and do some work. Would highly recommend if you're looking for a small relaxed coffee shop.