Working outside the home means using a laptop, not an abacus and ledger paper, so features such as functioning Wi-Fi and electrical outlets are as important as the coffee when you’re considering where to hunker down. And for true productivity, you don’t want your shop to feel like it’s offering you little more than airline coach seat-space surrounded by a cacophony of carping blowhards, invasive soundtracks, and heavy breathers. So the Think Coffee location on Eighth Avenue stands out. With plenty of seats near the front window (natural light!) and a large back room with two-tops, a communal table, and a bathroom, Think is a freelancer’s dream.
This article from the Village Voice Archive was posted on October 15, 2014