Cafes in Lodi

International Café Cuisine at GainVille Café (50% Off). Two Options Available.

GainVille Cafe

Leadville

$20 $10

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Sandwiches, salads, and beverages draw on flavors from around the globe, such as rose petals, garam-masala spices, and garlicky hummus

One or Two Affogato Desserts at Bean Vault Coffee (Up to 53% Off)

Bean Vault Coffee

Hoboken

$7.50 $3.75

Coffee shop attendants drizzle 2 shots of expresso over 2 scoops of vanilla ice cream and top it off with whipped cream and chocolate sauce

$5 for $10 Worth of Coffee, Tea, and Smoothies at Coffee Beanery

Coffee Beanery

Jersey City – Hudson Mall

$10 $5

Baristas pour steamy caramelattes, blend strawberry monsoon fruit smoothies, and craft chai tea chillers at a spot in the Hudson Mall

Café Cuisine and Drinks at The Rack (40% Off). Three Options Available.

The Rack

Maplewood

$10 $6

Café creates drinks such as protein shakes and lattes and food like eggs and home fries, barbecue chicken paninis, soup, and buffalo wings

Café Food and Drinks at Chaitty Coffee Shop (45% Off). Two Options Available.

Chaitty Coffee Shop

Bed-Stuy

$5 $2.75

Organic, fair-trade coffee and tea complements sweet and savory pastries, all-natural Canyon Oats oatmeal, and Emmy's Organics macaroons

Burgers or 20-oz. Smoothies at Bread Brothers (50% Off).

Bread Brothers

Williamsburg

$8 $4

Customers can enjoy freshly grilled burgers or a 20 oz. smoothie within a bagel and coffee shop equipped with free WiFi

5- or 10-Visit Punch Card for Coffee and Pastries at Java Crave Caffe (Up to 50% Off)

Java Crave Caffe

Scarsdale

$25 $13

Coffee, espresso, lattes, and mochas pair with fresh-baked bagels, croissants, and scones

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Espresso 77 is a convivial independent coffeehouse, serving its loyal clientele strong, full-flavored espresso in a bright, art-friendly space. Brewing beans from popular Ithaca-based Gimme! Coffee, the café's baristas place warm mugs of deeply aromatic cappuccinos ($3.60) and espressos ($2) into caffeine-craving hands. Complement bold java with a delicately sweet scone ($3) from Alice's Tea Cup or a Mom's-not-watching breakfast of frozen custard ($3.75) from Timmy O's. If the cafe's menu of coffees and teas gives your stomach the energy to draft a formal request for nourishment, order up one of the eatery's light and filling wraps ($6.50). For sweltering, mercury-rising days, the New Orleans–style iced coffee ($2.75–$4.50) will cool off foreheads faster than stepping into Mr. Freeze's cryogenic suit.

3557 77th St
Jackson Heights,
NY
US

A dollop of Irish Mint on a cornstarch spoon. Scoops of Caramel Oreo nestled within a biodegradable bowl. A drop of Luscious Lychee gently wiped away by a recyclable napkin. Go Greenly expertly combines two things that may seem like total opposites: mouthwatering indulgence and responsible conduct. But while the flavors might seem guilt-inducing, the fat-free recipe and made-fresh-daily status of the more than 20 frozen yogurts won't weigh down the conscience or the waistline.

Although the menu features classic favorites, such as french vanilla and red velvet, it also ventures into exotic realms. The signature flavor, Taro, for instance, comes from a tropical vegetable and imbues the creamy yogurt with a distinctly sweet-and-tart taste.

500 South River Street
Hackensack,
NJ
US

Fresh ingredients and hearty portions characterize the eclectic eats at Luna De La Cosecha. Guests can stop in for lunch staples such as a BLT paninis or mediterranean chicken wraps lined with feta and cous cous. Other options include Latin-inspired empanadas and quesadillas, which heat up palates before fresh fruit smoothies cool them down.

292 Main Avenue
Passaic,
NJ
US

Doing double duty as a hat maker to the stars, with his chapeaus topping the crowns of Eva Longoria and Charlize Theron, Naftali Abenaim possesses an artful eye. This aesthetic touch helped him in his time working as a pastry chef in Manhattan hotels and led him to open Mocha Bleu, where he uses his skills to appeal to diners’ tendencies to “eat with their eyes first.” To this end, Abenaim designed the restaurant to get people excited about his food before they even sit down, with transparent Philippe Starck seating, walls coated in silvery-blue mosaic, and crisp, white napkins at every table.

His kitchen constructs pescetarian- and vegetarian-friendly dishes with European flavors in what Abenaim calls generous, “American-sized portions,” as opposed to those scaled to Luxemburg. Presentation plays a large part in the appeal of his food. A French patisserie welcomes patrons upon entering, a comfortable lounge sports WiFi, and a cherry-wood burning oven stands in the center of the dining area, where chefs put a golden-brown edge on pizzas and calzones loaded with nonmeat ingredients, such as savory mock pepperoni and mock chicken or mock crabmeat and shrimp. The poutine embodies the regional cuisine of Abenaim’s Canadian home by presenting tables with a freshly baked pile of julienne fries topped with rich gravy and mozzarella.:m]]

1399 Queen Anne Rd
Teaneck,
NJ
US

the scent of cumin, curry, and chilies immediately meets the nose when the doors open to Clove Indian Cuisine. Chefs cook up the traditional dishes of cuisines throughout India, from lamb chops sprinkled with black cumin and nutmeg sizzling in the tandoori oven to biryanis tossed with a choice of meats. The menu features vegetarian-friendly options, as well as exotic meats that are used to create dishes such as savory fish tikka and spicy goat vindaloo. To cool down the spice of these dishes without mapping out the nearest fire hydrants, guests can snack on syrupy gulab jaman or glasses of mango lassi.

51 State Rt 17
East Rutherford,
NJ
US

A multidisciplinary cultural development center, GainVille specializes in language lessons for children but also offers classes for adults, ESL classes, and academic support, including educational-placement programs, counseling, and tutoring. A teaching staff of native Spanish, Italian, French, Mandarin, and Arabic speakers leads immersive sessions that not only cover grammar and vocabulary but also delve into the art, history, cuisine, and famous yo-yoists of the regions where each respective language is spoken. To fill up on brain food before or after class, students can head down to the café for some healthy international cuisine.

17 Ames Ave
Rutherford,
NJ
US