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Posted by Brunchy on 07/19/2006
I'm a huge brunch person, and this is certainly the best brunch place I've been to. I go every Sunday. Everything on the brunch menu is amazing. i love it.
Posted by Patricia on 06/29/2006
Great place, Great food equals Great Time. A friend of mine took me there for a steak dinner and I was in love, from then on I have brought countless numbers of people there and everyone has gone back on their own and with me. Plus its in a great area, so there is much to do after you eat.
Posted by MJJ on 06/15/2006
Cafe Olin is a great find. It's real East Village with good food. The Breakfast Special (M-F) has to be the best deal in town--$4.95 for two eggs (that actually taste like eggs), fresh OJ and a cappuccino--and it's absolutely great cappiccino--puts Starbucks to shame. It's always open and the service is fast and relaxed. This is the type of restaurant that you can only find downtown NYC--interesting crowd, quirky atmosphere and above average food.
Posted by rafael colon on 01/20/2006
I love this place. It's great for brunch, lunch and their breakfast special is a daily ritual for me. If you want a trendy, hip and a place where the occasional entertainers hide out to be a regular person, this is the place. It's in the heart of St Marks and it's definitely a place you will want to meet friends before venturing into the city. Great wine selection and wonderful and cozy atmosphere.
Posted by renee on 11/29/2005
Well actually it's quite big. I've been here a thousand times and everybody I've ever brought has loved it too, which has been a thousand first dates. The atmosphere is very relaxed and just loud enough so you can be a little loud too. Sangria rocks, my favorite are the mushroom ravioli. It's also opened 24 hours on the weekend and has a quaint outdoor area- if you're lucky enough to get a seat there. I love it!
Posted by Anonymous on 10/18/2005
The food is decent, the restaurant is kind of unclean, and the atmosphere is typical of East Village hole-in-the wall cafe. I don't see anything exceptional about the place, I wouldn't go out of my way to eat here again.
Posted by RD on 10/04/2005
Yeah, don't go. I don't see why there are all these rave reviews here. Lots of other places in the East Village. Please go to BBQ next door. It'll be easier for me to get a table.