The Canal Street location of Everyman Espresso is smaller than the East Village location. Only a couple of chairs at two small tables and a few benches are available for seating, but they were more than enough to accommodate all who entered on a Thursday evening.
LIke the East Village location, the espresso machine in this location of Everyman Espresso was one of the quietest we’ve experienced. We assume that Everyman uses special noise-sensitive machines, or maybe it’s because the espresso maker was situated so that the noise making elements face away from the seating area (similar to the East Village location). Whatever the reason, it is appreciated, particularly since many of the surfaces are hard and more than capable of bouncing the sound around the small space. Wood slats on the ceiling may have helped deflect sound, but other than a couple of mats on the floor (probably there temporarily to sop up rain), there were no textiles or softer materials to absorb sound.
We liked this location as much as the East Village spot, but note that since it is smaller it doesn’t have a restroom (the East Village location does). That aside, the Canal Street location of Everyman Espresso is a nice little niche of serenity near chaotic Canal Street. It’s worth a visit.
Monday through Friday: 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Saturday: 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Sunday: 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
301 W. Broadway (betw. Canal and Grand Streets, closer to Canal), New York, NY 10013