Cafe Review: Happy Bones

by Melissa Yap

At first glance, Happy Bones could be mistaken for a sleek, minimal art gallery or a streetwear boutique, with its white-washed exposed walls, t-shirts and indie music records. However, antipodeans can rejoice with the latest coffee haven to arrive on Soho’s doorstep. Owned and run by Kiwis, whose love and passion for the humble cup of Joe run as deep as on our own shores, Happy Bones proves that less is more. A simple menu of piccolo, cortados, alongside flat white’s (yes, you read right!) and a modest selection of baked goods make it a perfect pitstop to escape from the city hustle. Not to mention, the cafe also serves up merchandise from home-grown local music talents, the perfect accompaniment to take away with the perfect coffee.

Happy Bones

394 Broome St
New York, NY, 10013
Mon – Fri / 7:30am – 7pm
Sat – Sun / 8am – 7pm
P: 212 673 3754

http://www.happybonesnyc.com/

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