The Grey Dog
49 Carmine St, New York, NY 10014
Phone: (212) 414-1091
Phone: (212) 966-1060
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Grey Dog's Coffee
Grey Dog Coffee Ltd
Cuisines: Caterers, Family Style, American, Take Out, Cafeterias, Breakfast, Brunch & Lunch
Alcohol: Beer, Beer, Wine, Wine
Price Range : Average
Good for Kids: Yes
Good For Family: Yes
Good For Groups: Yes
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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.
12/10/2008Provided by Citysearch -
At first I was unimpressed. The food is nothing special, and becomes less so with the stale potato chips they serve it with. The music was way too loud and annoying- like Dave Matthews Band annoying. The people who work there are obnoxious, as if they have somewhere better to be- like I don't know WORK. And then all of a sudden-C0ckR0@ch falls on my table. On the table....
And when I tell the owner- he could care less. In fact he tells me to go eat somewhere else next time if I have a problem. Obviously I am NEVER eating there again.
06/22/2008Provided by Citysearch -
I work 6pm to 6am and have been looking for a cool place to take a break. I finally found it! Went in last night at about 10:30. Great cup of Cappucino, very reasonably priced, friendly staff. Sat in open front and watched the crowd walk by. I am definitely going back tonight for my break!
01/22/2008Provided by Citysearch -
This review is on the Univeristy Place location. Food is excellent, got the brunch breakfast special with eggs which was really good. Prices are reasonable. Coffee/Teas are good. Great little brunch spot to try. The only down side is that it's cash only.
08/10/2007Provided by Citysearch -
Gray Dog is one of my favorite low-key places in the Village. I try to get something new every time I go there, and it is always delicious. Their turkey burger is perfection and they have great breakfast food too. Everyone has always been nice and the service fast. My only complaints are the weekend insanity with long lines and the noise level. But for the food...it's totally worth it.
06/19/2007Provided by Citysearch -
Oh man how I love this place. On one lunch break I was searching for some healthy food that wouldn't cost me over $10 and then I stepped into this place. For 7 bucks I got a delicious bowl of granola, yogurt, fresh berries and bananas with an Iced coffee I spent $9.25 and was in heaven. You place your order to the possibly nicest staff in the city and then choose which seat is best to either people watch in the front or get cozy in the back, either way youll enjoy the view. When your food is ready, very quickly at that, the staff calls your name and brings it to you. Grey Dog's might just be the best lunch spot in the whole beautiful city.