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Posted by Voglio un vero cafe' on 08/20/2012
I've been to Blue Spoon 4 different times, hoping (wishing) that they can finally make a decent espresso. Each time I give a few weeks in between. But no luck, the most sour espresso ever each time. Being born and raised in Italy, all I want is a real espresso in downtown Manhattan. Any ideas?
Posted by nyc girl on 12/22/2010
The title says it all. Also, I've always felt like the kind of people that frequent this spot are much more cool.
Posted by DC on 01/06/2009
But for the warm panini and chai latte combo I sit down to at blue spoon every afternoon, I would have quit my job long ago. So, there you go.
Posted by BklynG on 07/24/2008
Their velvety foam lattes are incredible and at $3.25 for small (same as Sbux Tall) are a great deal. Im hooked on their Maryland Crab soup, too. No atmoshpere, but the guys are friendly and helpful esp. if you have food allergies - ask them which foods are Gluten Free and they'll go over entire menu.
Posted by Anonymous on 07/02/2007
great panini. good size - a trait that often goes overlooked at restaurants where they overstuff sandwiches and panini to the point where you can barely get a good bite. warm and delicious, thanks blue spoon!
Posted by Anonymous on 04/27/2007
Love the coffee here, but a small Vanilla Latte is the exact same price as a tall vanilla latte at Starbucks ($3.50). Same for their mocha. But, it's tastes a hell of a lot better. Just wish they were cheaper; I'd go more often.
Posted by Anonymous on 02/15/2007
I'm anti-Starbucks and always looking for GOOD drip coffee in New York. As much as I love the small coffee establishments, the drip coffee I had here on two busy mornings was horrendous. It had an awful fruity yet burnt taste and was undrinkable. Went in the trash a block away. Sorry Blue Spoon!