Squished into what used to be a dark alleyway off Broome Street, you’ll find a bright, monochrome coffee shop. This is Happy Bones, beloved of every coffee-loving New Yorker.
Opened by New Zealanders, Happy Bones brings that Antipodean coffee-obsessed perfectionism and love to Nolita. If the thought of a perfect flat white isn’t enough to get you there, how about the super-cool interiors and irresistible sweet treats from Ovenly and Dough? And the fact that you can feel good about splashing out on this fancy coffee? Happy Bones uses Counter Culture’s ethically sourced coffee and donates a percentage of the profits to Free Arts NYC.
Find a seat, pick up a magazine and take a few minutes out of your day to pause and actually enjoy that coffee, doughnut and fuzzy feeling of how wonderful life in New York can be. It will make you happy right to your bones.
Happy Bones, 394 Broome Street, New York, NY 10013.
Photo: Happy Bones.