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Posted by NYNYer on 06/24/2012
This spot attracts a particular type of young chic wanna be seen crowd, Euro tourist, model wannabes, and over dressed 'hood shoppers. Not sure why I'm so attracted to it! Perhaps, I'm longing for a NYC from another era, not that this fits that bill, but the place has 'something', a certain charisma that's not for everyone. Food is ok to fairly good, tho limited and pricy for what it is. The avocado toast does become addictive! Space is small and crowded. Not for everyone.
Posted by anonymous on 01/28/2012
The food is delicious, the spot is adorable, the prices are reasonable!
Posted by Anonymous on 04/17/2011
But nothing remarkable
Posted by Anonymous on 03/25/2011
Came here on a Wednesday evening with a another couple - making our party 4 people. It was terrribly crowded and a 10 minute wait became 45 min. We were about to walk out because for the entire waiting time, we were shoved back and forth by waitresses and incoming traffic. The space is too SMALL for anything; even the tables were small. The food was good, but I could not focus on having a good meal because my chair was constantly being bumped and I couldn't even fit my plate on the table to eat. This is a cafe, not a restaurant. People do not know the difference. Small tables are for coffee, not meals. This place is good, but they REALLY need to think about expanding if they are to offer a full menu. I will not be back.
Posted by Alex J. on 01/31/2011
Visiting from down under friends said I should def check it out and order the avo toast. The waitress was super cute and funny suggested I order the Hachi which was like a shepherds pie. It was delicious and I had the bread pudding which was also awesome. Everyone was real friendly and the hendrix pic was cool. I'll def recommend to friends.
Posted by mermaid on 11/09/2010
if you try one avocado toast, you will forever go back for more! it is something i would never order out at a restaurant. Now i am a believer! the bread is divine with the perfect smear of avocado, topped with chili flakes, a good glug of olive oil, and a squirt of fresh lemon...come on! join the fun, you cant make it at home, since you don't have the bread! treat yourself with an americano coffee with foam on the side....you will be in heaven!
Posted by Anonymous on 06/24/2010
A cute French/Morroccan place with many options. Reasonably priced. It gets crowded during lunch time (the only time I've been there) and so the service can be rushed.