Slave To the Grind in Bronxville (Photos, Menu, Reviews & Ratings)

Slave To the Grind

Address: 58 Pondfield Rd, Bronxville, NY 10708

Phone: (914) 961-7777

Price: $

Menu: View Online

Rating: 4.5


What Time Does Slave To the Grind Open?

Saturday,: 6:30AM to 8PM

Sunday,: 7AM to 8PM

Monday,: 6:30AM to 8PM

Tuesday,: 6:30AM to 8PM

Wednesday,: 6:30AM to 8PM

Thursday,: 6:30AM to 8PM

Friday,: 6:30AM to 8PM

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Slave To the Grind Reviews

Gaurav Kalani

Hands down one of the best coffees in the town. We were going to have a long day at work so decided to grab two and loved it. There is a place to sit and do some work as well but it does get busy. I have to admit that the staff was really quick and with few mins the line disappeared and we had the cafe to ourselves. Orange cranberry scone was delicious as well.

Lauren Boria

This is a nice spot. The staff is friendly. There is a great selection of coffee. Prices are fair in my opinion. I am very particular about cappuccinos. I have been craving one ever since I left work as a barista. But this place looked like they could make a good one. So I ordered a medium, vanilla cappuccino and I was not disappointed. It was really, really good. If you like bone dry capps, you will need to specify. Mine was not as light as I would have made it, but it was delicious. My boyfriend ordered a toasted almond cream, drip coffee. He did not care for that one. However, there are so many options here, I will gladly come back to try their other offerings.

Diana Nunes

This place is really cool! They have a lot of variety of coffee beans which they can grind for you. Interesting flavors like red velvet. They have a large variety of iced coffee flavors as well! Their oat milk latte tasted fantastic! Staff is friendly and there’s plenty of seating inside and outside. I liked how the staff had lots of regulars come by. It just shows how great this place is. I found the music to be really great here too. They also have apparel. Thank you for your hospitality Slave to the Grind.

Alan Varghese

Famous coffee shop (with Wi-fi), $2.25 regular coffee (12 oz), nice selection of sweet and savory pastries + good selection of cookies, multiple flavored syrups (+$1), alternate milks etc. They also have tea, chai, 6 special in-house drinks and sell coffee beans (17-20 per pound). There is a $5 minimum for card payments.

I had the s’mores hot chocolate which was a fun idea but poorly executed as the graham crackers were on the hot chocolate instead of the marshmallows on top. Thus the graham crackers were soggy and not enjoyable. The hot chocolate part was good though.

muna makhamreh

I love love this place quite and beautiful specially in the early morning Good coffee

Steven Nagor

I drive over 20 minutes, everyday during the week (and even sometimes on weekends) to get my coffee from Slave to the Grind!
The men and women who take care of the customers there are nothing shy of PHENOMENAL.
The coffee is astounding – I have legitimately never have a bad anything from here, ever. EVERYTHING IS CONSISTENTLY A++
This is a business that clearly cares about their community, that is dedicated to its loyal (and new) customers, and that takes pride in the products they serve on the daily – and it shows!

Erica Moses

The staff is usually nice. However, I ordered a medium iced coffee in a large cup with room for a little more oat milk. I was charged for a large coffee JUST for a larger cup. There was no extra coffee in there. If you go to Starbucks or another coffee place, you can order a certain size coffee in a different size cup, and only be charged for the size of the coffee. I think that’s a ridiculous practice, and I almost spent seven dollars and a coffee. This is why small businesses cannot stay in business when you rip people off and become super petty over the size of a cup.

Thanh Thanh Nguyen

Love their Vermont maple coffee! All their flavored coffee actually delivers the promised flavor without tasting syrupy or artificial. Always stop by when I’m in town.

Matthew Wickline

I’ve been a Westchester resident all my life, and Slave to the Grind is the best coffeehouse hands down. Been going for as long as I can remember. The only one I’ve been to in the county that actually feels like a community spot. Really friendly staff and terrific coffee

Evelyn Cleary

Horrible coffeshop, manager obviously treats workers poorly because it all looks like they hate their job and hate dealing with any customer interactions, they are blatantly on their phones and have no shame and have done it on numerous occasions. Coffee prices have increased drastically. They have also ignored me on multiple occasions. They lost a once loyal customer. One of the tall young men who worked there is extremely unfriendly and has poor communication skills. The music is also always too loud and the workers can never hear me and vice versa. Do not support this small business.

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