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Coffee in New York, NY
1.Red Flame Coffee Shop
67 W 44th St3.10 mi New York, NY$ Coffee ShopsTake Out RestaurantsAmerican RestaurantsCoffee & Espresso Restaurants
Excellent!! Couldn't have asked for a better breakfast cafe in all of NYC. Real down to earth Americana diner feel to it and the food along the same line. Think of it as your best Denny's experience times 10!! I would love to comeback to this delicious restaurant.
172 Bleecker St1.04 mi New York, NY$$ Coffee ShopsCaterersRestaurants
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892 Amsterdam Ave6.15 mi New York, NY$$ Coffee ShopsCaterersRestaurants
If you didn't know to look for it, you'd miss this teeny-tiny little shop sandwiched on a block of 99-cent stores and local taco places. I never knew a simple sandwich could be so good--fresh, hot, great ingredients, interesting blend of tastes, served with a smile. If you told me that ""turkey, avocado, bacon, and cheddar"" could taste so good, I'd never believe you, but for some reason it did; anywhere else, it's nothing special.\r \r The only drawback is that it has limited hours: closed on Sundays, closes at 7 pm other nights. It may be best since I'd probably eat there way too often...
4.The Grey Dog
49 Carmine St1.10 mi New York, NY$$ Take OutHappy HourDeliveryReservations Coffee ShopsTake Out RestaurantsCaterersAmerican Restaurants
I got together with my companion Sabra E. at The Gray Dog for espresso when I was around the local area. I picked it for immaculate accommodation, yet it was a charming spot, alright with a clamoring, warm, villeinage vibe. We got a table and requested up at the counter. The barista was pleasant. I got a major mug of cappuccino, and it hit the spot on a drizzly day. I'm not a periodic espresso consumer, but rather I thought it was a decent glass, and I do love me some milk froth. Sabra requested a club sandwich and wasn't excessively content with it. It's conceivable this spot is preferable for espresso over for nourishment. It did feel more like a café than an eatery. Anyway, I was content with The Gray Dog and would visit again in case I'm ever needing an espresso place in this some portion of town. I preferred my cappuccino and had a beautiful time unwinding and making up for lost time with my companion.
5.Veniero's Pasticceria & Caffe
342 E 11th St1.48 mi New York, NY$$ Coffee ShopsBakeriesItalian RestaurantsCoffee & Espresso Restaurants
I love a lot of things in this shop but their cannolis are by far the best I have ever had.
6.Union Square Cafe
21 E 16th St1.72 mi New York, NY$$$ Coffee ShopsAmerican RestaurantsBreakfast, Brunch & Lunch RestaurantsRestaurants
Very nice cafe. his is one of the most beautiful cafés I've ever been too. The pastel colours, beautiful crockery and the fresh food will bring all kinds of nostalgia back. This is a perfect place for sitting alone with a book in hand and coffee in another. A bit pricey but the food and the ambience more than make up for it. Went again and it was still good
118 W 57th St3.73 mi New York, NY$$$ Coffee & Espresso RestaurantsCoffee & TeaAmerican RestaurantsBreakfast, Brunch & Lunch Restaurants
Just imagine you're leading character in a Channel No. 5 commercial, rolling by ceiling high mirrors and your red kiss marks all over it. Refreshing your self by misting your beloved Chanel No.5 you're walking through the foyer heading to the grand entrance. You're being welcomed. Walking through the tables while being admired, you're seated in the corner where the all wood decor creates a warm intimate ambience. The seemingly arrived from the ""Garden of Eden"" smoothie of the day is being offered. Heavenly tasting it intrigues you to desire more of it even as it drips a little :), messing your perfect make up. Very Berry Brioche French Toast arrives in front of you, colorful like your smoothie distracting you from craving your partners Waz-Za ( cracly brûlée fruit top waffle). Tasteful like your smothie leaves you no option but being transfered to heaven . Once your visual and tasting senses are already satisfied, the French pressed coffee is satisfying your olfactory senses completing your short trip to heaven, forcing you to just promise to your self to be back as soon as possible to experience the same trip. End of imagining the leading Channel No. 5 character and back to reality until the next experience while having the best brunch in NYC.
Seems like we hit a network glitch.