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Posted by Cassie Conley from Ohio on 12/19/2005
I have been to New York City five times. I love New York City. Our first visit was in 2002 where we came across a little restaurant called Caffe Palermo in Little Italy. It was divine. You need to try the mix berry pie and mix berry sorbet. Also the hot chocolate and the coffee are really good. While we were eating we meet the owner. He is a sweetheart. My picture is up on his wall. We talked for hours with him. Now every time we go to New York City we travel down to Little Italy and see him and eat the delicious desserts. I would recommend eating at Caffe Palermo.
Posted by Kolette on 11/27/2005
Not a great fan of canol's but they looked so good I had to try one, ok two. The plain and the chocolate are divine. I have totally changed my mind about canoli's. Only wish I had brought some back to Texas. Plan to call and beg to have some delivered to Texas for Christmas. You're missing out if you don't delight your taste buds with these wonderful delights.
Posted by Taylor Anne on 01/17/2005
I had a great time in Manhattan. I loved this little resturaunt. The service was great, and the food was fantastic. everyone I was with told me I have to try the canoli. See I'm not from the east coast. And I have never gone to Italy. SO-FAR this resturaunt is the closest I will get to Italy's canoli. I tried it and didnt like it one bit. but it was the best I have tasted and most authentic I have tasted. Still I am not a canoli fan. On the other hand I loved your cheesecake, and your brownies. I also thought your Sambuca was fantastic. By the way again your service was great.
Posted by Josef on 12/21/2004
I was visiting New York this past weekend, and after scouring Chinatown for a good-quality faux Louis Vuitton wallet, I happened upon Caff? Palermo (which bears my family's namesake). I was seated immediately inside the bustling bistro, however I found that getting service and attention from a member of the wait staff was harder than the toast on my panini, which was served in a fair amount of time. I ordered the #11 panini (which was chicken, mozzarella, and very very dry) and washed it down with a ginger ale. It took me several minutes to finally get a refill, but it came nonetheless. I did order a cannoli which was awesome though. The cappuccino was phenomenal as well. I took it to-go on my way into SoHo.
Posted by Anonymous on 12/07/2004
The canoli I had at Cafe Palermo made my trip to New York City perfectly complete. Little Italy is amazing, expecially at Christmas time. I savored every bite and almost cried when the aftertaste went away! The only negative I have is that they don't let you sit at a table unless you are waited on (we bought canolis at the counter). Otherwise, despite eating my canoli standing out on the street, I would highly recommend a visit!
Posted by IRISH PAT FROM YOUNGSTOWN on 02/19/2004
During a break from the Toy Fair, I happened upon a quaint little Cafe called Caffe Palermo. I was seated immediately and the service was excellent, the atmosphere extrodinary, and the desserts, Oh, the desserts, were heavenly. The Cannoli's were an exquisite, light, melt in your mouth, delectable dessert. The orange shaved ice was also a surprise. I rate the cannoli best dessert in New York. Did I also mention the waitresses are gorgeous and friendly?
Posted by charlies angels on 12/01/2003
we've been all over and nobody makes a cannoli like them. ITS a must to try.