Joe And The Juice in New York City

Cafe / Restaurant
Louder Noise
Few Plugs

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Workspace Details + Amenities

Coffee Espresso, American coffee, Flat white
Food breakfast, lunch, sandwiches, shakes, juice
Seating Capacity 40
Group Space Yes
Types of Seating Small tables, Larger tables, Standing bar / counter, Lounge chairs / couches
Keywords SoHo, Coffee, Juice, Smoothie, Has Food, Group Friendly, Natural Light, Has Power, Popular
Web www.joejuice.com  

Pro Tips

Plenty of outlets in the back along the right wall. It can get a bit loud with the music and the juice machines going off, but the space is really big for this area so that's a major plus! Joe & The Juice is a European chain based out of Denmark.

Steps away from the 6 subway. Chic and comfortable environment. Great work space.

  • Absolutely too loud for calls or even conversation. Music is on blast level.

  • Agreed with what everyone says, this place is loud. Like Miami Latin-nightclub cloud. Not at all conducive for working if you can’t handle it. Love the energy here though. A lot happening let’s me forget the rest and focus on what I’m doing.

  • I love everything about this place but the noise

  • This is not a “bit” loud. It’s incredibly loud. If you’re looking for more of a club type working environment, or somewhere where you feel comfortable holding discussions, this place makes sense. Otherwise, I would avoid.

  • This is the hippest juice bar I’ve ever been to. There is plenty of space, but it does get very crowded with the young professional freelancer crowd.

  • http://www.speedtest.net/my-result/5216347578

    music is quite loud, but there’s an abundance of space and didn’t have trouble finding an outlet!

  • Lots of room, and plenty of healthy choices. This place is awesome!!

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