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NYC Coffee Guide – Two Hands (Chinatown)

two hands coffee shop australian chinatown acai bowl healthy brunch avocado smash latte coffee new york city nyc sher she goes shershegoes.com1two hands coffee shop australian chinatown acai bowl healthy brunch avocado smash latte coffee new york city nyc sher she goes shershegoes.com1If you’re a health nut with a caffeine fix, check out this welcoming airy Aussie cafe in between Soho and Chinatown. Two Hands has more-than-your-average-cafe seating capacity and friendly Aussie baristas. I usually stop by after a workout at the Equinox in Soho if I need a healthy snack – their avocado smashes are fresh and filling and the acai bowls are cooling and topped with all sorts of crunchy nuts. (although my all time favorite healthy coffee spot remains Bluestone Lane). Both Two Hands and Bluestone are Aussie-owned – weirdly enough they seem to be dominating the NYC coffee shop market lately!

melody pittmanNovember 29, 2015 - 3:08 pm

I need to come hang out with you. These coffee shop posts are killing me. How delicious!!

SherNovember 30, 2015 - 9:15 am

Yes! Come come :)

AlexiithaFebruary 29, 2016 - 1:23 pm

how wonderful a place Montenegro, is! However, you are now swoemhere in Peru, I am in Cebu, Philipines. Just got my Koga Miyata World Traveller, rebuilt and repaired in a fantastic bike shop in Banilad Town Center, Cebu. Tuesday I travel to Palawan,( without my bike), and trek in the Batak peoples tribal home lands,and see first hand the illegal logging that threatens their existance,(300) Batak left!!! Safe adventures in Peru, and I’ll keep you updated on the Philipines..Cheers, Wil Davies

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[…] Two Hands is an Aussie coffee shop that I’ve talked about before here and here. They have a great space in the intersection of Chinatown and Soho with plenty of seating. If I can get there early on the weekend, I always opt for the acai bowl – it comes with plenty of chia seeds, bananas and coconut. […]

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