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7A Cafe (CLOSED)

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  • American (Traditional)
  • 109 Avenue A, New York NY10009 40.725992 -73.983712
  • (At 7th St)
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  • (212) 475-9001
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User Ratings (Based on 95 reviews)

3.635
Food 4.1 Value 3.8
Service 3.1 Atmosphere 3.5

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
work
(212) 475-9001
Fax:
fax
(212) 254-2245
Place Order:
Order From 7A Cafe for delivery & takeout
Notes:
Major Credit Cards Happy Hour Mon-Fri: 12pm-7pm
Hours:
Daily: 24 hours
Serves:
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Brunch
Features:
Open Late, Outdoor Dining, People Watching, Happy Hour, Open 24 Hours, Delivery, Wheelchair Friendly, Accepts Credit Cards, Take Out
Min Delivery:
10.00
Delivery Area:
Bway to Ave C Houston St to 14th St

User Reviews

  • 7A Cafe

    Posted by HS on 03/10/2009

    sunday brunch...

    I was with my family and we decided to go here after my sister reccomended it to us. Ordered the cobb salad with blue cheese dressing on the side. The salad was huge and very fresh. The only critique, was they charged a dollar for onions on the side. Yummy salad though and if you love bacon its definitely worth the try.

  • 7A Cafe

    Posted by night owl on 02/26/2009

    Great late night /early morning good eats

    Come in at 5-6 am and hear the war stories of LES bartenders. Laid back comfy welcoming attitude. They could b a little tidier. But great food at cheap prices!

  • 7A Cafe

    Posted by dwillington on 01/13/2009

    good food & popular

    Sheesh, I just realized I gave this restaurant a really high review. Lets see, food, I had a burger and it was pretty dang'ed good. Service, I don't think my free glass of water, every got below half way, before the waitress was pouring more. Amazing! She was always checking up on us. Value: I remember being shocked to see the bill between two people who ordered decent meals and a drink each come to $21. $25 out the door for 2 people, for this place, very very good. Atmosphere: I've always run into cool people I've known here. Like the sound guy from Sullivan's room was here. This place is busy, but works. And it's open 24 hours!

  • 7A Cafe

    Posted by Anonymous on 01/01/2009

    Odd delivery hours.

    I love this place, especially for savory, cheap, "morning after" food. Delivery has strange hours, sometimes not delivering until 5:30 pm on weekends, which is disappointing. Otherwise pretty well worth it.

  • 7A Cafe

    Posted by vivi on 08/28/2008

    home away from home

    This place is my second home. I've never wrote a review before, but I want the world to know 7A is the best. I love the food, drinks and stuf. I'm here at least ones a day for either breakfast lunch or dinner. I'm very lucky to live in the 7A neighborhood. So I can jump in whenever I feel like.

  • 7A Cafe

    Posted by Anonymous on 07/09/2008

    well worth the wait

    Came here for Sunday (7/06) brunch wife my wife and my sister who came in from Long Island. We waited almost 45 minutes as the place was packed to the hilt which gave me ample time to observe. All the food brought out to the tables looked delicious and not much was left on each plate, if any. The entire staff could not have been more friendly and hustled non stop. When we were seated the hostess had already let our waiter know we had a 3:00 show to make and he was very attentive to our time limit. Our meals were well worth the wait. My french toast was off the hook!

  • 7A Cafe

    Posted by Anonymous on 07/07/2008

    Gone way downhill

    My husband and I used to love this placewe went at least once a week for years. It was amazingly cheap and tasty, and my body would go into veggie burger and carrot dressing withdrawal if I stayed away for too long. But the last 3 or 4 times we've gone, I've become more and more disappointed. First of all, they jacked up the prices. (The menu on here has old prices.) My burger always comes out lukewarm, with the bun either raw or burned. The salads have gotten skimpier. The pastas are swimming in garlic and oil. And the service? I realize it's not a white tablecloth/fancy service kind of place, but our waiter stood in the corner watching the Yankees game the entire time we were there, not even bothering to come over once. Oh, 7A, it pains me to say it, but we won't be back.

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