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Caffe Reggio

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  • Cafes & Coffeehouses, Italian, Desserts, Bakeries
  • 119 MacDougal St, New York NY10012 40.7302199 -74.0003287
  • (Btwn Minetta Ln & W 3rd St)
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  • (212) 475-9557
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User Ratings (Based on 21 reviews)

3.765
Food 3.5 Value 3.7
Service 3.6 Atmosphere 4.3

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
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(212) 475-9557
Website:
www.caffereggio.com
Notes:
Cash Only
Hours:
Mon-Thu: 8am-3am Fri-Sat: 8am-4:30am Sun: 9am-3am
Serves:
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Features:
Open Late, Outdoor Dining, Online Reservations, Wheelchair Friendly, Take Out

User Reviews

  • Caffe Reggio

    Posted by Elise on 01/17/2013

    Loved it!!

    Great decor, good service, and delicious food. Every time I go there I get the same thing - the Perugia panini - and it's always amazing. The desserts are delicious too. A great place to sit and read for a while or bring a friend for a quick lunch!

  • Caffe Reggio

    Posted by ak on 05/18/2012

    unappetizing paninos!

    my daughter and I ordered two paninos and then shared half so we both could try each one. I have never tasted anything more unappetizing than those two sandwiches! it was like take my money for nothing. My daughter felt the same way eating them. Maybe Caffe Reggio is good for coffee, but don't order any of the food. The bread was dry and the sandwich was beyond poor. You were warned.

  • Caffe Reggio

    Posted by Mary on 04/06/2011

    Poor service! Ok food and nice atmosphere

    If you go here never never expect much from service, it is poor. No smiles, no welcoming, and the waiters always look miserable. The food is ok, for a quick meal is fine, the coffee is good. The atmosphere is nice and enjoyable since the decor is nice with very antique pieces.

  • Caffe Reggio

    Posted by IndieTny on 07/08/2010

    My New York Cafe

    I've been going to this place for years. It has its great days and have its bad days depending on the servers. I agree stay away from the sodas which can be expensive but I like them. The soups and teas are great, but you really come for the coffee and the atmosphere. That is what a neighborhood cafe is all about.

  • Caffe Reggio

    Posted by Sage on 12/24/2009

    Have Loved this Place for Years

    Caffe Reggio has been my favorite coffee shop since having moved to the Village. Their Pasta Pugliesse is delicious, and I usually get it every time. I'm also a big fan of their mediterranean soup and the bruschetta. The ultimate end to the meal is this ice cream, yogurt, strawberry dish they have. It's a place that has managed to pause amidst history. The world changes around Reggio, but they've managed to somehow remain unique and provide delicious food and a wonderful atmosphere. I highly recommend the place. Also, it's very reasonably priced, and won't break your bank but be prepared as it's cash only.

  • Caffe Reggio

    Posted by James & Kate on 11/01/2009

    Apart from the decor...truly,truly awful

    The decor is amazing with an original caravaggio artwork hanging on the wall (allegedly). Everything else is a complete let down. Overpriced, the food was awful ( my panini had the meanest filling, apart except for the parsely "bush " stuffed into it for bulk, which granted left its mark, but only beacuse it kept repeating on me for days after). My wifes apple and walnut salad was a chopped apple and a few walnuts with an insipid dressing ( god knows what it was). The nail in the coffin were the toilets. Oh,and the staff were more interested in themselves then their customers. My tip is try the little chinese cafe down the road...more atmosphere, food great,and you don't feel cheated when you leave ( We both had to get something to eat after leaving this place for lunch).

  • Caffe Reggio

    Posted by foodluvah on 10/26/2009

    fine and dandy

    fine for a dandy, as well. May be a century since the day of the dandy, but I'm sure he and his top hat and cane would have loved it. All the little benches, like church pews, and accompanying wee tables are perfect for a snifter of brandy (replace w/ cappuccino) and a deck of cards (replace w/ an NYU student's text books). It's reeking of character here. Old paintings, eclectic dusty objects, and a pounded tin ceiling careening under the weight of the floors above... all give this place immeasurable charm. The food is so-so, the coffee is high-octane, and the desserts are delish.

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