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Posted by Anonymous on 02/22/2008
What a jewel in this neighborhood! Wonderful food and fantastic coffee! The biscotte is perfect for a house warming gift or hostess gift! Hooray for Hell's Kitchen!
Posted by Local #1 on 01/28/2008
BisCo is the perfect place for a great tasting cup of coffee, a perfect breakfast or afternoon snack and the most addictively delicious soups in the neighborhood. The owner and the staff are always friendly and welcoming, there's Wi-Fi and plenty of magazines and newspapers... the atmosphere is warm and sunny. If you're looking for great java and delicious, homemade food in Hell's Kitchen, this is the place to go.
Posted by Julia R. on 01/21/2008
Bisco Latte, my home away from home, is frequently filled with neighborhood regulars. The atmosphere is cozy and warm, the result of the modern European interior and friendly staff. Homemade biscotti, soups, risottos, and coffee are above average in quality. Current magazines and newspapers add to the old-fashioned feeling of an Italian or French café, where one can sit and not feel rushed to vacate a table. The constantly changing varieties of biscotti, best bought by weight and not by the piece, are good values, especially in comparison to the ever-encroaching coffee chains that charge more for over-roasted coffee and commercially prepared foods. Bisco Latte, a terrific café, is a welcome addition to a neighborhood that has so few places to relax. The fact is that New York City has only a handful or two of independent cafes with baristas, which specialize in artisanal coffee––this is an excellent alternative for a good afternoon cappuccino and biscotti.
Posted by I Luv NY on 01/21/2008
I discovered Bis Co Latte this weekend for the first time as my wife and I were early for a play and we parked nearby. While passing by we look looked in and decided to get a cup of coffee. We were presently surprised with how many choices of biscotti were available for me to choose from (>30). The choice became simple as there were many free samples for me to taste. I ended up choosing the double chocolate walnut and my wife got the Cherry Chocolate Macadamia biscotti. We also got a 2 large lattes which were heavenly. The cost was reasonable considering everything here is homemade and made with quality (big chunks of chocolate and nuts in biscotti). The same with the coffee as it is imported from Italy (illy). The atmosphere is cool with hip back round music and it is nicely decorated. We loved this place so much that we bought a pound of biscotti to take home. My wife and I will certainly make this part of our visit next time we come to the city.
Posted by Alexandria on 01/16/2008
I decided to try this coffeeshop since it's close to my office and I was looking for something new. The previous reviews were great so I thought it would be a positive experience. I left feeling like I had been completely ripped off - their biscotti are inexpensive at 95 cents but are TINY and I was charged $5 for an uninspiring cafe mocha that was very small. I never plan to go back and neither do my coworkers, after witnessing how irritated I was upon return. Try a different place!
Posted by glinters on 10/26/2007
The biscotti and baked goods are freshly made and delicious. There were many flavors and samples were available to try different tastes. The owner/baker is behind the counter making recommendations and adds a lot of charm to the atmosphere- she's great. I would try anything she says! My only issue is they seem to be closed whenever I walk by- I think they should rethink their hours- open later and stay open later, to get some of the after theater and late night crowd.