Coffee break at the ACE Hotel

Something that I always loved about living in Japan was that no matter where I went the coffee was always great. In New York on the other hand, I feel like it is always a hit or miss situation.  The coffee is either fantastic or terribly watery or sour or burnt.  So when I find a good coffee place I keep on going back.

I am pretty picky about coffee but I really love the coffee at the ACE Hotel.  I am not sure what I love more, the coffee or the atmosphere inside of the hotel.

I recommend anyone who is looking for a cool place to hang out and have a cup of coffee or even to do some studying or drawing, to stop by the ACE hotel lounge and grab a cup of coffee.  It’s a great place to chill out.

The coffeeshop serves Stumptown coffee and it is located inside of the lobby so that you can grab a cup and then sit down in the lobby/lounge.

They use real mocha!

You can also purchase their coffee if you would like to make it at home!

They also serve these cake bites that are actually made at Milk Cafe.  They are really different and delicious.   They are sort of like a combination of a chocolate truffle and cake, gotta try ’em!


2 responses to “Coffee break at the ACE Hotel

  • Sakura

    That mocha looks really good! 😀
    I should try this place sometime. I agree. There are so many coffee stores but it’s hard to find a good one. Do you make coffee at home too?

    • pekochan216

      Thanks for the comment! Yeh, I do make it at home often and I actually use a very inexpensive brand. But for some reason the way I make it makes it taste really good 😛 I think because I use a lot of scoops of ground coffee 🙂

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