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Posted by jeff on 01/14/2014
If anyone remembers DTUT from a few years back, this is its new and improved version. It's one of the East Village's real gems, and one of my new favorite spots to hang. Great for coffee and wine + cocktails. Its food menu is more extensive than DTUT's. On top of that, the service is exceptional.
Posted by jmb on 08/30/2013
Good value and good food + a very nice outdoor cafe. Service was excellent. I'll return very soon.
Posted by dondon on 03/08/2012
free cheese plate with the purchase of abottle of wine was great .i will be back
Posted by Sam on 12/15/2011
From start to finish my boyfriend and I were impressed. Our server was knowledgable and super friendly. It's an inviting, romantic atmosphere for couples and groups of friends will surely enjoy as well. Not loud, not overly lit. Great layout. They have great daily specials and an awesome cheeseplate. The wine selection (and price were unbeatable) Thursday special $20 for a bottle of great bordeaux. The shrimp Nachos were delicious. Not your typical nachos (you need to try them). Better than any mexican spot, no need for the gaucamole or sour cream. The desserts are extensive. Cakes, pies and crepes. The red velvet cake was creamy and flavorful. I am a red velvet fanatic and there are few places that do it just right, Cafe Mocha is one of them! The Cappuccino's come in large true coffe house cups you only see on T.V. and wonder if they really exist out there. great flavor, great service. This place is a winner. We WILL be coming back and you should try this!
Posted by Best Coffee on 04/16/2011
I love this place I been going there since it was Cafe Blue and I've seen this place change for the better. There coffee is delicious, love their Cajun chicken sandwich. The owner , the employees everyone is so nice. A very cozy relaxing place to go and have a hood cup of coffee after my long days at work
Posted by tim on 07/11/2010
I cant believe the specials astCafe Mocha , to begin with i have been going there for some time and have been noticing changes here and there. But i think the big change has been the food and atmosphere along with the service. I don't know who is running the place but that guy needs a raise. Let me tell you know where else can you get a bucket of beer in Manhattan for 25 dollars and the burgers and salads are amazing, me and my friends are going to be coming back again and again . I also heard the staff telling other customers that a new menu from the chef was coming out pretty soon with new entrees and appetizers , i just cant wait. Until next time Cafe Mocha . Great job to who ever is running the place keep it up.
Posted by Liz on 02/28/2010
I don't think I've had such bad food delivered before. I ordered a mushroom quiche, and a portabello sandwich with fries. I couldn't tell the difference between the egg, the cheese, or the crust when i bit into the quiche. Not to mention the 1 mushroom in it. It tasted like rubbery microwaved airplane food. The sandwich was completely doused in balsamic vinegar, the portabellos even tasted like they were pickled in it or something. The bread was so soggy and wrapped with this paper that was wet and stuck to the whole sandwich. The only thing hot and edible were the fries...even though i think the top of the black pepper fell off when they went to season them, and they must have lost their salt. Ketchup must be requested...but they will send you a ton of free sugar packets with your meal!! $30 for that. sheesh.