Taszo Espresso Bar in New York City

Cafe / Restaurant
Moderate Noise
Several Plugs

Original Scout + Editors

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Workspace Details + Amenities

Tea good variety
Alcohol Beer, Wine
Food breakfast, sandwiches, quiche, snacks
Seating Capacity 12
Group Space Yes
Types of Seating Larger tables
Keywords cafe, coffee shop, beer, kombucha, Alcohol, Has Power
Web www.taszo.com  

Pro Tips

There is a designated work space in the back of the store. The wifi code (which you ask for at the counter) is good for two hours and the wifi is very reliable.

Don't bother bringing your computers on the weekends because there is a no computer policy on Saturdays and Sundays

  • If you are working at a computer you are required to sit in the back area of the cafe, which is set up for working, with lots of power outlets available. All of the seating for people working on computers is communal. There’s a long, wooden table with power outlets down the center as well as a bar with stools, also with outlets. The half dozen or so deuce tables in the main cafe also have outlets, and you can charge your phone there while you eat or drink, but they won’t let you work at those tables. They tend to play music from the 70s and 80s, some of it pretty bad pop hits, but the music isn’t loud or obtrusive. They serve halfway decent food, beer, kombucha, tea and coffee, and lemonade, and they are open late for a cafe. It’s convenient to the #1 subway line and the M4 and M5 buses. And somehow, there always seem to be cute guys here.

  • I really enjoy this place for food and coffee but unfortunately my experience when bringing my laptop was negative. You can only use your laptop in the back of the coffee shop on the 1 communal table, bit of a cramped area, don’t open your laptop or tablet to work up front, the owner will make you move to the back.

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