The place looks nice... but this is all it is! I went for coffee and pizza and had a hard time digesting it. Their 17 dollar pizza is merely a frozen boxed pre cooked factory pizza with added fresh tomato on top... i couldn't have...More
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Came here for a late breakfast after a long stroll at Central park. It is close to YMCA, Central Park and also the Subway station. Food - had the Bolognese Pasta which was served with generous parmesan cheese on the sides. I enjoyed the pasta...More
Ate here twice while traveling. Hot food is average, table service is average (a bit "attitude-y", but it is NY). Pastries and croissants are good though, so maybe the continental / carryout is a better choice here.
Fast fresh service. Pastries, wraps, bagels, eggs...good coffee seating or take out available. Polite service, freshly made. Clean. Only off putting bit is when staff eat near customers & watch with sound on their mobile.....but yes I know they need a break too!!! Just no...More
Friendly staff, lovely food. We found this cafe up the street to our hotel as we found out our hotel had cancelled all its breakfast amenities. It was a by chance visit but we ended up using it for 4 breakfasts and some lunches too...More
In midtown for two graduations at Lincoln Center. Had no idea where to get breakfast. Left hotel and walked up 7th Ave. on 57th there were two choices right there: cafe Europa and Brooklyn Diner. As a Long Islander I expected the diner to be...More
Had a breakfast meeting at this place and it was quite good. I had a NY Bagel which was good. Wi-Fi worked as supposed too.
We got right in here for brunch. Their omelettes were great! I had the spinach/feta omelette and it was great. The bread was wonderful and it came with a small salad! A wonderful server! I know it's a chain, but the food is really good.
Searching for refuge after a busy day in NYC. Found this wonderful oasis. Great coffee. Nice assortment of eats. Friendly service. Willing to go the extra mile. While my wife and I were there, the place was invaded by thirty Japanese children who were performing...More