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Posted by Anonymous on 02/05/2006
Although I lived uptown, I always choose to go down to the Village to Cafe Angelique as much as possibly could. I loved going late in the evening and having the most perfect omlete (they serve it with chive butter) and sitting next to windows and reading a good book and watch the people stroll by.
Posted by cric on 10/26/2005
The service is very hit or miss, with the latter prevailing. The food isn't bad, but certainly overpriced.
Posted by BWS on 09/06/2005
I found the place to be charming and the waitstaff very fun and helpfull. They made my food seem even better. The French Toast is the best in the city.
Posted by Jackson Specific on 04/26/2005
Expensive yet average food. Grumpy and unaccommodating service. Situated in a lovely neighborhood where I see the same people regularly and greet with a smile this cafe stands out as a bastion of crabbiness. Which is sad because I'm sure it drives customers to the nearby $tarbucks.
Posted by Cori on 04/20/2005
Fairly surly help is waiting to (not) assist you with(out) a smile. Think the prices are a bit extreme? Wait till next week, when they're sure to go up. Willing to pay for a great cup of coffee at an idyllic locale on Bleeker? Well, Cafe Angelique has at most an interesting and busy crowd, and big windows.
Posted by Anonymous on 03/23/2005
Coffee, cappuccino, latte, the best in the east coast! Great cakes.