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.
This will be one of the last coffee shops that is untouched with "Yuppie Style" sensibilities. No pictures of fake New York hipsters with Hollywood stars on the walls and no retrofitted "biker chrome" decor that infiltrate your senses. Just a simple "get your eggs and coffee" joint with NORMAL people in a normal setting. If your too finicky or too picky about the food, go to the Upper East Side and pay for more style than sustenance. Landmarks food is simple, straight, to the point, and down right good food.
A favorite of my wife and I for a long time. We went there today to find the place very busy but no waiting in line. We got a table very quickly and were served right away. The fish and squid were excellent as usual. We always get the squid here as it is a real winner. We also had the spring rolls and pork chops. My wife indulged in the beef noodle soup and was not disappointed. The chops were seasoned just right. Cash or credit is accepted at this hot spot. Keep up the good work!!
Stumbled upon this restaurant after a matinee of WICKED. And this restaurant experience was anything but! Four of us ate here for under $95. We had sev'l appetizers, three soups, four entrees, two drinks. The food choices can be spicy or not, option is yours. The shrimp are large, not the unappealing, microscopic ones. Dumplings translucent and tender. Portions LARGE and prices fair. Ambiance classy, not noisy, service good. All of this impressed us. We would go back in a NY minute!
Teresas Cafe is a great place to eat in. they have the best salad bar, best brick oven pizza, and great hot food selection everyday. they also have a great manager Bob, who cares gratly for his customer and he is been there for about 4 years now and teresas cafe has changed a lot since he became in charge he always has a great smile on his face. if you have any issues you should go strait to him and he will make sure you leave happy.
I absolutely loved the Park Cafe the waitresses there were very nice the older waitress served me both times that i was there she is very sweet and attentive the food was really good and arrived very quickly also when the food arrived it was hot and juicy the menu choices are extremely varied which is awesome i loved it there and it doesnt take long to be seated either
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
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.
I wonder why there is only one Cafe Luka in NYC, whoever runs this business should open more branches. I know that it is easy to say but it is hard to do. Everything seems to be just perfect there. Everybody is so nice and kind there and of course ( the reason we go there) the food is so delicious. I would strongly recommend this dinner
$4.00 for a small iced coffee? did it taste good? sure, but that price can't be rationalized. unsure why it's necessary to manually punch in a credit card number to then sign off and ask if you'd like to add gratuity? for a coffee? i know fika does this and it's off putting there too. i want to like you, café la cerra!