Now that’s what I call…A LOTTA LATTES!!!! This 16 oz. latte is like a bowl of soup! WOW! I’m eating it right now along with a side of salad. Can you say…SOUP AND SALAD COMBO!?!
The latte is quite good. It’s on the creamier side and the flavor of the espresso is light and with warm and aromatic richness. I was really amazed by the girth of this thing!! The salad was also good. A simple salad with greens, walnuts and feta topped with balsamic.
Expect me to be very jittery at work today.
Here’s a fun infographic on different types of coffee drinks. ENJOY! Here’s the link.
Working Girls Cafe is a great sandwich and salad spot. I figured I would stop in for a LATTE.
The latte was pretty good. On par with Starbucks but no Blue Bottle or other craft coffee shop. They’re quick, cheap and convenient, perfect for someone in their way to the office (like myself).
It’s not a bad option before work but not somewhere I’d go to simply enjoy a nice cup of artisanal coffee. The flavor of the espresso is in the lighter side and the ratio of cream to coffee was about 50/50, so what they lacked in flavor they made up for in quantity. I prefer my lattes with a cream to coffee ration between 50/50-75/25. But that’s just me.
Overall I’d say this was a good latte. Not spectacular or artistically crafted, but more like a Starbucks/Pete’s.
Bicycle is one of my top faves. I will say though they’re drip coffee and cold brew are my usual go-to’s and today was my first time trying their latte. Also they do free coffee fridays so that’s pretty hard to pass up.
The latte was about 75% espresso which to me is a good thing. Amazing. Fabulous. Also the price is decent: $3.50! The coffee is rich with nutty flavors. The latte art was lacking but the flavor of the coffee made up for it.
The presentation and overall branding is very grassroots-y. I like it but I could see how that could turn some snobs off. The baristas are hip and friendly.
In the past I have bought some beans- which came with a free cup of drip coffee!
I really love Blue Bottle. I usually get the Orleans but for the purposes of this blog I got the latte. Love their branding: the logo is simple, the cafe itself is in an old warehouse and the interior is sleek and modern.
But I’m here to talk about the lattes. The flavor: light with somewhat earthy notes. The perfect amount of creaminess. The latte art is in the better end. I’d say it’s up there on my favorites.
Definitely on the lower end of the scale. Granted, Specialty’s is not known for its coffee but it’s sandwiches and pastries. First of all Pete’s coffee is overrated. I never had it and thought “wow” so I don’t get what all the hyped about-if there is any hype.
Not very creamy. Latte art:nonexistent. Overall flavor, meh.
Come for the food not the coffee.
I come to Moma almost every weekend because I love the architecture and the art. Only recently have I tried the coffee shop on the 2nd floor, and I LOVE it. I also got some beans from them. Everything about this place is perfect. Their branding is on fleek. I love the simple linear cartoonish images they display everywhere. The cafe, besides being inside MoMA, is a lovely atmosphere with a clean, modern aesthetic and a natural material palette.
Ok, the latte. Perfect blend of espresso and milk. The latte art wasn’t over he top but well crafted. The flavor of the coffee is light and fruity.
I ordered the bostock along with the coffee. Suuuper amazing and probably something I will get regularly. It’s so flaky and perfectly gooey. And it has a passion fruit filling.
I can’t get over this place and I plan to make a stop here every time I come to MoMA!