We're proud to be serving coffee in one of Manhattan's most breathtaking historic locations. Now a leisurely corridor that affords views of the Empire State Building and the Statue of Liberty, the High Line was initially conceived in the 1930s as a response to the city's devastating frequency of train crashes. Things on the ground got so bad, in fact, that 10th Avenue came to be called "Death Avenue," and men in cowboy hats (exquisitely dubbed "West Side Cowboys") were called in to ride in front of trains on horses, waving red flags for safety.
We occupy a beautiful, shaded nook almost directly above W. 15th Street. We pull our Hayes Valley Espresso on a beautiful La Marzocco FB/80 2EE, and we offer single origins and blends as pour-over. A selection of goodies from our Brooklyn kitchen is delivered fresh every day. In case you were wondering, we sell an absolutely staggering amount of bottled water.