mon to fri: 7AM - 8PM sat and sun: 8AM - 8PM
In 2003, this inaugural Joe opened on this iconic corner where Waverly Place meets Gay street. A real neighborhood spot, Joe's customers are a great mix of artists, photographers, writers, students and tourists.
Jeff moved here from SF. He lived in Cali all his life before making the trek cross country to NYC. Before working for Joe, Jeff worked at Ritual Coffee in SF as a barista and trainer. Besides making coffee, he likes to take pictures. We're sure that's an understatement, and will get to the bottom of this mystery. Jeff sports a wicked David Crosby mustache, which is the envy of all the other baristi. Apparently he likes beer.
Patty is a kind, good-natured, and helpful sort of person. She received her MFA in 2012 from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Previously, she spent many years peering out from behind an espresso machine at Alterra Coffee Roasters (Milwaukee, WI) and Kopplin’s Coffee (St. Paul, MN). When she and her partner moved to NYC, her kind and helpful friend Liz C. encouraged her to apply at Joe. Patty is very glad she took Liz C.’s advice.
Amy R. has Swedish blood, and, therefore, coffee running through her veins. While she doesn't like that she needs the daily intake of caffeine to avoid a life-stopping headache, she really enjoys a good cup of chemex-brewed coffee in the morning. Or three. Amy is a puppeteer and graphic designer who loves to walk her dog Ohren as much as she loves to greet a friendly face at Joe.
sarah is a mama twice over, third generation new yorker, deejay and vinyl enthusiast, yogi, cortado drinker, fashion addict, coffee professional since 2001 and Joey since 201
Michaela studies English and Creative writing at NYU. She loves the ritual of drinking coffee and the added perk of caffeine. She enjoys kicking it in the East Village, petting other people's dogs, and riding stationary bikes. She might never leave ny..
Austin thrives on extended naps but with coffee he is thrilled to remind himself that staying awake can be a viable option. Being lactose intolerant, he hopes for widespread availability of lactose-free milk before he crosses over. In the mean time he will probably have a whole milk cortado..