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[NYC - Harlem] Double Dutch Espresso - Great Study Spot in Harlem

I want to introduce you to one of my favorite places to study and get work done in Harlem. Double Dutch Espresso is great.

There are seats for about 20 people, so don't be a major jerk and sit there all day. The baristas are always super nice and the atmosphere is pretty good - the music isn't too loud and it's also not too, too creepily quiet either.
After a certain time of day, I have to switch to tea. This was that time of day. I went for the matcha latte with soymilk. I would like to say that the matcha latte was a little on the pricey side, but it was quite delicious - just a little sweet and the flavor was quite rich even with soymilk.

Overall, this is a great place to go to get some work done.

If you're there around breakfast to lunch, Double Dutch also serves toast and bowls from 9AM-4PM and bagels and pastries.

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