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#ChicEats: New York's Best Espresso Spots
In a city like New York where the coffee competition is steep, the espresso competition is even steeper. Espresso is essentially a much stronger and concentrated form of coffee, brewed by forcing very hot water under pressure through finely ground coffee beans. So, when New Yorkers and the fashion industry need to wake up, it's a natural choice. One could say that the fashion world lives off coffee—Stefano Gabbana and Domenico Dolce of once told Harper's BAZAAR that they drink at least 12 cups a day—but the fashion world's love of the extreme means it survives off espresso. Here, six cafes serving New York's best.
1)Zibetto Espresso Bar: With two locations—one near the New York Public Library and another further uptown, Zibetto focuses on the Italian art of espresso with Italian beans. The space is small and chic, with ample counter area for the traditional way of taking an espresso while standing up.
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