Coffee, Food, Pubs in NYC


-Cafe Reggio on Bleeker

-Stumptown Roasters: 30 West 8th (2 blocks from Washington Sq.), and in the lobby of the Ace Hotel at 18, W. 29th (which looks like maybe a good place to stay)

-Blue Bottle: 450 W. 15th, 54 W. 40th

-Abraco, 81 E. 7th Street. All time great place.


-Saigon Kitchen, 114 McDougal Street

-Snack Taverna (Greek), 63 Bedford at 7th Ave.

-Periyali (which means “seashore” in Greek), 35 W. 20th  between 5th and 6th.

-Rosemary’s, 18 Greenwich Ave.

-Blue Ribbon Sushi, 119 Sullivan St.

-EAK Ramen, 469 6th Ave.

-Cafe Mogador, 101 St. Marks Place.

-An Nam, 234 W. 48th, Times Sq. district. Japanese, Vietnamese, Chinese food. Normally this combination would make me suspicious, but this place, in an area I wouldn’t normally eat in, was really good — and inexpensive. I had a big plate of duck on brown rice, nicely cooked vegetables on a lunch special for $9.50. Plus delcious spring rolls.


St. Dymphna’s, 118 St. Marks Place

The Blind Tiger Ale House, 281 Bleeker

One Response to Coffee, Food, Pubs in NYC

  1. Stephanie Cook says:

    Lloyd, Next time you're in the Big Apple, check out Mamoun's on St. Mark's Place (also in the Village near Washington Square Park). Fantastic Middle Eastern food and not expensive; also great neighborhood to explore, with many ethnic choices and low prices.

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