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Coffee in New York, NY
1.Red Flame Coffee Shop
67 W 44th St
Coffee ShopsTake Out RestaurantsAmerican RestaurantsBreakfast, Brunch & Lunch 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 St
Love this place. I come here on a daily basis. the staff is super friendly and the food is great!!!!!
892 Amsterdam Ave
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...
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4.The Grey Dog
49 Carmine St
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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 St
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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 St
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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 St
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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.
159 Lexington Ave
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Penelope is one of a kind, I cant put my finger on it, if its the food or if its the staff or the physical atmosphere of the place that makes eating there such a unique experience. Every time I go there I have the same feeling, in the middle of that great road trip of life, every bite of that Grilled Chicken Club, a smile from one of the Penelopee's and suddenly Im transported in to an American Beauty moment.
144 2nd Ave
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My First And Fab Stop Every Time I'm Back In East Village!
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10.Chat 'n Chew
10 E 16th St
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I come here often because the place is great. my friends and i always meet up here as our spot and the food is just incredible.,
11.Alice's Tea Cup
102 W 73rd St
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I love the variety in their flavors. The tea is natural and there are amazing combinations. I'm not a milk tea fan before, but now I gues I am.
90 Rivington St
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We always go to Teany when in NYC. The food is Very Good - the vegan quiche is excellent, try that or the pasties. I'm not one to always finish my plate, but even I think the portions are a bit small here. Sometimes I think the prices are a bit high, but then I remember that we are in New York! The raspberry lime rickey is a great alternative to the tea. The only disappointment so far has been the desserts - the chocolate peanut butter mousse cake was gross.
885 3rd Ave
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My husband and I were visiting from out of town and needed a restaurant convenient/ central to meet up with some friends. We were also celebrating a friend's recent engagement so wanted a place with a good atmosphere. Vong fit our criteria perfectly! We sat at the bar and asked for suggestions from the menu. The bartender knew the menu perfectly and could really suggest items that fit out individual tastes. Our group of 4 had a sampling of a few items from the menu - from spring rolls to Pad Thai to chicken satay -all were delicious and the peanut sauce was perfection. Finally we asked because the weather was terrible and it seemed so quiet - if there were other customers since it seemed all attention was focused on us. Turns out there was a dining room filled with guests. We never would have known because of the fantastic attentive service we received. I plan to visit Vong on my next trip to New York.
1695 2nd Ave
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I met a friend here yesterday and was completely charmed by the sort of shabby-eclectic decor paired with big windows that let in lots of light even on a dreary January afternoon. The cups are big, and the hot chocolate I had was deliciously creamy and not over-sweet. The baristas are friendly but sincere, and the space is nice for people watching, reading, having a quiet chat or getting some work done on your laptop. Overall, it's just your standard charming, neighborhood coffee shop. I hope they stick around.\r \r
1090 Amsterdam Ave
Coffee ShopsCoffee & Espresso RestaurantsDessert RestaurantsIce Cream & Frozen Desserts
My husband and I live on the Upper West Side and we are always looking for new breakfast / brunch spots to try!! This morning we made an awesome discovery--Artopolis Espresso Cafe!!! First of all, as soon as I walked in, i forgot all about breakfast when i saw the dessert case!!! Oh my goodness!!!! I immediately ordered a beautiful mixed fruit tart to start, and it tasted as good as it looked!!!! Then I ordered a strawberry and chocolate crepe (clearly i have a sweet tooth!) and it was AWESOME!!! My husband ordered a much healthier crepe and a salad!! He was also super excited about finding Artopolis!!!! Beautiful and delicious food, free internet and outside seating!!! We are already planning on coming next weekend!!!
231 E 5th St
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Stopped by this tea place today, and while my friend haggled over a flavor of iced tea I saw a list of ice cream flavors. I wasn't even hungry, but I had to try lavender-lime ice cream (more of an ice than an ice cream). It came in a little gingery cone-cup, and it was like the best OMG summer day licks I could imagine. My friend ordered rose gunpowder ice cream, which was really creamy, tea-flavored, and very rosy. All the flavors are either tea-based or inspired by their iced-tea list, like the lemon verbena ginger. This British girl was happily lapping up Earl Grey ice cream with caramel sauce and whipped cream. I didn't expect to find ice cream there, but it's like my new favorite thing, and I seriously could mainline the lavender lime one. I am craving it right now.
1 Penn Plz
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This is a great bar right across from MSG. The food is fine and the service is great. I was always told that ppl in NY are mean and what not, but that couldnt be more false! The bartenders were very nice and pretty ;)i also liked their uniforms... I reccomend this place alll day!
117 W 10th St
Picture it. St. Patricks Day, 2007. We scurried past the drunken debauchery spilling out from neighboring bars and pubs, and came upon a cute Pan-asian restaurant off a side street in the village. It was a blustery cold evening and Cafe Asean's windows were foggy and inviting. We sat near the gas heated lamps in the enclosed back patio and settled into a great meal. The Sotong calamari had a great dipping sauce and was light and crispy. Kari Kapitan (Chicken with coconut curry) was tender with a tasty sauce. Gaeng Kheow (Green Curry with shrimp and vegetables) was mildly spicy in a good way and very fresh. Salmon Goreng entree was crispy with a great pineapple curry sauce. It was later in the evening and the birthday party crowds were dispersing. Our service came from a rarest-of-rare breed of New Yorker - an optomistic and authenticaly nice waiter who actually enjoys his job. Post dinner chat was charming and refreshing. We left full, happy and eager to come back and try a few more dishes.
141 E 44th St
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perfectly served in an espresso cup - the barrista's here know how to make the perfect espresso drink. Although a but pricier than the competitor, you are never dissapointed.
20.Flea Market Cafe
131 Avenue A
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Really cute and hip place for brunch, I've been coming here for two years and at least twice a month for brunch, the food is just so fresh and mouth watering. My favorite is the waffles with nuttella. I love this place, I've brought most everyone I know here and they love it just as much. The food and atmosphere never disappoint. The only minor drawback is being a cash only place!
195 Grand St
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Awesome Food. Fast Service. Very knowledgeable staff. I would definitely recommend this [place, try their cupcakes and coffee.
200 7th Ave Frnt 1
I am loathe to write this review. In a city with only trendy and loud restaurants, this is a hidden gem. A neighborhood place, the right price, the real thing. The atmosphere is warm and inviting, the wine is poured liberally. After a couple of years eating here, the standbys always please. Want to go low key? A hamburger that is a real hamburger cooked to perfection with crispy fries to match, want to go more upscale but not break the bank? The hanger steak is the best in New York. Why isn’t this place packed? Beats me, but I hope it remains so. So go, but keep the secret.
23.Rocco Pastry Shop
243 Bleecker St
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I grew up living around the corner from Rocco's. I have very fond memories of great times with me and my family there. I wish that I could order a dozen cannoli's for next day delivery, since I live in Tampa,FL. I have been to many different bakeries in Florida, and in the eight years I have been here I have not found one even close to compare.
279 Water St
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The modest, yet inviting, look of the place belies the high end ingredients and fantastic cooking. All four of us ordered fish and each dish was excellent, but the meat dishes we saw coming out of the kitchen looked equally good. Desserts were great as well. There's obviously a very talented chef here and despite the out of the way location I plan on going back to what is now on my top ten list in NYC, you should make the trip too!
1 Penn Plz
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This place is awesome. Their wine list really impressed me and that's great to have before you drop in on a show at the Garden of something. The meals are very gourmet and light but still manage to fill you up. I ended up getting a pizza (which is something I rarely EVER do) and it was the fanciest pizza I had ever eaten in my life. Haha seriously a good place
105 W 13th St Frnt 1
Cafe Loup is one of our favorite spots. We have been going here for at least 15 years and it is always charming, consistent and a lovely evening. A real gem.
27.Horus Kabab House
293 E 10th St
EVERYTHING WAS GREAT< I HAD THE BEST BIRTHDAY EVER!!!!!!!!!!! 21 Say WHAAAAAAAAAAAAAT ! DEF will GO THERE AGAIN
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I went there yesterday because they were one of he 2 Italian places featured on the upper west side for restaurant week. The hostess wasn't very friendly but that is about the only con. The waitress was great! My friend showed up 30mins after i had been seated and the waitress didnt seem to be up set. We ordered our food and it was really really good. *LEMON CHICKEN* We sat outside and it was a great evening. I will most def be going back again!!!!
283 Bleecker St
The velvet coated walls of the Ghandi Cafe establish your transport into another world. This being my first dining experience at an Indian restaurant, I did not know what to expect. The host ushered us to a table in the back of the long, narrow restaurant. We started our meal with meat samosas, which were piping hot from the fryer, which perfectly complimented the couple of Kingfishers we ordered. The waiter was very friendly and accomodating. He asked us where we were from and we learned a few tidbits about him and his Bangladeshi background. That human connection made the meal even more satisfying; it was a real treat and something I've never gotten from any restaurant in NYC. This place has customer service written all over it! \r I ordered the Bombay Aloo (potato with spices) and my companion ordred the Lamb Kurma (lamb cooked with cream, almond, and spices in a Mughlai style). We received a table heater which the two dishes were placed upon, so as to keep them warm. We also ordered two orders of Naan (flat bread), which I suggest to eat as soon as you get it because it's less appetizing cold. \r The Bombay Aloo perked up my taste buds; it was an alert type of sensation versus an alarming one. I tried my friend's Lamb Kurma, and although it was creamy (which I usually don't like), the sweetness of the cream brought out the flavors of the lamb, as well as the spices used to marinate it. \r My companion and I lounged there for quite some time, and the owner/manager in charge presented us with two servings of rice pudding ""on the house"", which was followed by complimentary tea. \r This was probably the best dining experience I've had in the city.\r One thing that doesn't make this place a ten was the small, single bathroom, and the mirrors on the walls, which can be nice, but with someone as narcisstic as me, it's hard to keep your focus on the food.
368 Columbus Ave
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I went to Cafe Frida on Saturday with some friends for some quick drinks. I decided try try the sangria (because it's my favorite) and ended up staying for dinner! We figured if the drinks were great so must be the food. The salsas were the best I've ever had. We also had the lobster tacos which were amazing and the chille relleno cheese mixture was to die for. The service was quite good considering how crowded the place was. We ordered not only more sangria after out meal but some margaritas as well. Everything was delicious. We'll definitely be back and I recommend this place to anyone looking for not only some of the best mexican food but great drinks and good service.
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