Bluestone Lane Coffee

Restaurants, Coffee shops Midtown East
5 out of 5 stars
(4user reviews)
Bluestone Lane Coffee
Photograph: Courtesy Bluestone Lane

Melbourne native Nicholas Stone reps his hometown’s coffee scene with this midtown café. Adorned with cricket balls and photos of Australian football stars, the takeout spot pulls flat whites and lattes using a custom Sightglass blend. To eat: treats from Balthazar, Downtown Cookie Co. and fellow Aussie bakery Bondi Bikkies.

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Venue name: Bluestone Lane Coffee
Contact:
Address: 805 Third Ave
NY
10022
Cross street: between 49th and 50th Sts
Opening hours: Mon–Fri 7am–6pm
Transport: Subway: E, M to Lexington Ave–53rd St; 6 to 51st St
Price: Average coffee: $4. AmEx, Disc, MC, V
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5 / 5

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tastemaker

Love Bluestone coffee, easily the best coffee I could find whilst in New York. Being an Aussie myself, I have high expectations with my cup of coffee, but agree that Bluestone is certainly up there with the best. The food is great too, decent portion of avo on toast, and the breakfast bowl was delicious. Highly recommend! 

tastemaker

Austrailans love their coffee and bringing a third-wave generation coffee shop to New York City, there have been a flood of them coming. Bluestone Lane stands out because not only is the coffee taken great care of but also the food is actually really good. Love coming here for the shashuka, the waffles, and the avocado toast. The design of the place is light and breezy and makes you think you're in Austrailia. 


Happy coffee drinking and remember: Don't deny, satisfy! 

tastemaker

Love this Aussie shop for the best flat white and cool interiors. Comfy and friendly, the food is simple fresh and fun. No wifi for the worker bees but that's ok, it's small and busy. Lovely patio and wine too!


Some of the best iced coffee I've had in the city (not too, too strong, but not watery either), and the avo smash is TO DIE FOR. If you go during lunchtime, prepare to wait. (Worth it.)