As if there were any doubt, it’s now safe to say that high-end coffee has officially gone mainstream. The trend has even extended to restaurants, where some have begun to take caffeinated after-dinner drinks as seriously as foie gras or truffles. Here are the eight spots doing it best. [The Feast]

Eleven Madison Park

11 Madison Ave | (212) 889-0905Four star service comes to coffee with chemex and Siphon options for the restaurant’s ever changing single-origin Intelligentsia coffee offering.

Momofuku Ssäm Bar

207 2nd Ave. | (212) 254-3500Pork buns and fresh-pulled Stumptown shots, anyone?

Frankies 457 Spuntino

457 Court St. | (718) 403-0033Sure it’s another spot serving Stumptown coffee, but that doesn’t mean it doesn’t pair perfectly with a dessert of red wine-stewed prunes with mascarpone cheese.

Marlow & Sons

81 Broadway | (718) 384-1441Full service Stumptown bar to go along with your dinner.

Gramercy Tavern

42 E 20th St Frnt A | (212) 477-0777The classic New York restaurant recently started serving Blue Bottle iced coffee.


2 Lexington Ave. | (212) 777-2410The exclusive New York carrier of San Francisco’s fantastic Four Barrel.


103 Second Ave. | (212) 253-0470Plowshares espresso and a slice of crazy-addictive “sugar bread” is not a bad way to start the day.

The National

8 Rivington St. | (212) 777-2177While this LES spot is a restaurant by night, it serves pastries and top shelf espresso by day.

Pulino’s Bar and Pizzeria

282 Bowery | (212) 226-1966While there are plenty of restaurants with Stumptown coffee programs these days, few restaurants have a granita (the traditional italian semi-frozen coffee drink) section.

Van Leeuwen Artisan Ice Cream

632 Manhattan Ave. | (718) 701-1630Not technically a restaurant, but with ice cream so good it’s hard not to mention its awesome coffee program.