• Gregory's Coffee - 3rd Ave

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  • Coffee-tea Coffee & Tea

Serves meat, vegan options available. New York based coffee house chain offering drinks and light fare with choices for vegans including: breakfast sandwich with vegan-egg or beyond sausage, oatmeal, chia pudding, avocado toast, pastries, smoothies, and different plant milks for coffee. Open Mon-Fri 7:00am-4:00pm.

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5 Reviews

First Review by Poundie


Points +127

15 Apr 2023

Vegan deluxe croissant

It had to be heated in a microwave, but it still tasted pretty good. I enjoyed my oat milk cortado as well. It's like a Starbucks but then with some *actual* vegan options for food

Pros: A good selection of vegan items (croissants etc), Good espresso drinks with plant-based milk



Points +211

08 Nov 2022

BEC sandwich

BEC breakfast sandwich was delicious. Not the best coffee ever but a decent amount of vegan options.

Pros: Lots of vegan food options , Most drinks come with oat milk be default.


Points +15739

31 Oct 2021

Gregory's Coffee

Super bummed Gregory's no longer offer Oatly. I skipped the match latte this time because the oat milk they offered was loaded with sugar. I got a green tea instead and it was fine.

This location is very tiny. They now offer vegan food but it didn't look super appealing at this location.

As a side note, I met someone here for coffee, which was more of an associate than a friend, and the barista pressured me to pay for both of our drinks, which was super awkward and annoying. Just don't do that to people.


Points +890

18 Oct 2021

$0,95 for a splash of oat milk in $4 Cortado 👿

The whole cortado is half of a very small coffee cup, and milk part is a splash. Still it costs $0,95 on top of the $3,80 coffee. Robbery. They didn’t have the adverrised spinach bites, only beyond vegan options.


Points +12795

16 Aug 2021

Fine coffee, with a bunch of vegan options

Gregorys Coffee is one of the best coffee chain places; this location is fine. I have gone to this branch on numerous occasions, and will no doubt return. They have a bunch of vegan pastries (see photo; most of the pastries with the green sign are vegan), a vegan egg sandwich, and oatmeal. Judged as a restaurant (as it is listed on Happy Cow), this place is less impressive than others in the area--I would have given it more stars had it been listed as a bakery.

UPDATE: this place used to be listed as a restaurant; now it is listed (more appropriately) as a coffee place--and for a coffee place, this venue is quite good, and so I raised my rating for it to three stars.

Updated from previous review on 2019-09-18

Pros: a bunch of vegan pastries, good coffee

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