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Irving Farm Coffee Roasters
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Today 8:00 am – 10:00 pm
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224 W 79th St New York, NY 10024
224 W 79th StUSNYNew York10024
(212) 874-7979irvingfarm.com
$Coffee Shop, Wine BarToday 8:00 am – 10:00 pm
Monday 7:00 am – 10:00 pmTuesday 7:00 am – 10:00 pmWednesday 7:00 am – 10:00 pmThursday 7:00 am – 10:00 pmFriday 7:00 am – 10:00 pmSaturday 8:00 am – 10:00 pmSunday 8:00 am – 10:00 pm
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Branch of a popular cafe known for brews from its Hudson Valley roasting facility, plus light fare.- Google
People talk about whole beans, chai, rainforest foundation project, cappuccino and single origins
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Kevin Cochran
reviewed 2 months ago
Incredible. Perfect place to top by for a cup of coffee and get some work done. No wifi but laptop friendly. Coffee drinks are delicious. So many beautiful people and the staff is very friendly.
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Michael Bretholz
reviewed 8 months ago
Great coffee and shop overall. Irving Farms is a blessing. But it falls just short of five stars. In particular, the shop's prepackaged whole beans are often a month or so old, which is a shame. If you arrive late on a Friday, there is a better chance of getting a fresh bag.
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K Tempest Bradford
reviewed 8 months ago
The UWS is experiencing a café revival these days, and Irving Farm is one of the best things to come out of this particular boom. It has almost everything a café needs to be the best: ample space with plenty of nooks and crannies, comfortable seating, good light, tasty food, good drinks, and decent prices. The only thing it's missing is Wi-Fi, but even that's not such a big deal. Sometimes you need a place to get away from the Internets. The well-designed space is my favorite part. There's a front area for people who're just dropping in, a back area for people who intend to settle for a bit, and even a little hidden nook for people who don't want to be bothered with others yet still want to soak up the atmosphere. The chairs are okay for sitting in at long stretches, but grab one of the couchy seats along the wall if you can. There are some outlets, but the ones in the back are tucked under the couch things and you have to practically get on your hands and knees to see or reach them. Though there's no WiFi they seem friendly to the laptop crowd. I've tried several drinks and so far I'm a fan. The chai is a bit too spicy for me but will likely please people who crave real chai and not the faux chai most places serve now. (I admit my love for faux chai.) The food I've had so far is also really good. The prices are a bit high, but this is the UWS we're talking about. Gotta pay the rent somehow. The portions are good, at least. Especially the salads. The staff is always speedy and pleasant and seem to enjoy their jobs. Oh, and the bathroom is big and so far) very clean. While I will probably not cheat on Vagabond Café downtown too much with this place, it's likely to become my regular Monday haunt. Or where I go when I have no self control yet need to stay off of Twitter.
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Neni Pogarcic
reviewed 4 weeks ago
Probably the best coffee in town (together with 9th st espresso). Pastries are also delicious. Staff could be a bit friendlier though.
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Thomas Wysocki
reviewed 7 months ago
Serving up great tasting coffee along with simple sandwiches and pastries, this is one of the best cafes in the UWS. The staff is really helpful and friendly, and many things seem to be homemade with fresh and local ingredients, including the biscuits for egg sandwiches and even the chocolate that goes into the mocha. Unlike most of the other cafes in the UWS which tend to be part of a chain, this has a more 'local' and 'small town' feel. No WiFi available, and poor cell reception if you're on AT&T/T-Mobile, but that makes it easier to get a table to read or chat at. The only thing keeping me from giving it five stars is the lack of WiFi and the selection of somewhat utilitarian table/chairs, it'd be nice if there were a couch or more comfortable chairs to sit and read at.
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The Corcoran Group
reviewed 6 months ago
Our go-to place for coffee on the UWS. We get the espresso or the dirty chai and a fresh-baked cookie.

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