Cafe Integral, Nolita

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NEW YORK CITY | Cafe Integral (Nolita) is a cafe started up by Nicaraguan born, Miami bred César Martin Vega, with a focus on quality Nicaraguan coffees. All of the beans here are ethically sourced from Nicaragua, using a sustainable business model that invests in equipment, processes and training for growers.

The cafe is a minimalist space with lots of white, wood, and soft lines. It’s a great place to relax and enjoy a coffee, of which there are many varieties to choose from. There’s Kalita Wave pour-over, Chemex, espresso pulled on a La Marzocco Strada EP, along with cold brew and nitro on tap, and FETCO batch brew. There’s also a surprisingly impressive selection of other drinks on the menu too, beyond just pure coffee. There’s a tasty epresso horchata, a Matcha Fizz with honey and rosemary, and a Golden Latte with fresh turmeric root, cardamom and black pepper. For those who don’t like dairy, there’s a range of milks on offer too like coconut milk, cashew-pepita milk (cashew, pumpkin seeds, dates), and an almond milk (almonds, cashews, coconut, dates).

For food it’s a selection of baked goods, salads, sandwiches and the like, but the real reason you come to Cafe Integral is for the coffee. Along with drinks, you can purchase beans, ground or unground, to go.

Cafe Integral (Nolita)

149 Elizabeth Street
New York
New York 10012
United States

Telephone: n/a
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Open
Mon – Fri: 7:00am to 6:00pm
Sat – Sun: 8:00am to 6:00pm

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