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Chez Betty Cafe
Posted by April Sandmeyer on 07/28/2010
Tucked between Avenue B & C on East 3rd Street in the East Village is this little French cafe. I had a goat cheese guiche and salad with an iced latte and was very pleased. The food is always very fresh, with a nice selction of bakery items, pates, salads, and specials that change daily. Free wi-fi. For teapot collectors, they sell very whimsical teapots and sets, as well as other nice gifts.
Posted by Anonymous on 01/19/2010
One of the best kept secrets in the East Village. A little off the beaten path, but well worth traveling for. Best homemade soups and quiche EVER. Service is amazing, the owner is delightful. And they have free wifi! Great place to get away from the craziness in the city, nice and homey and warm.
Posted by anonymous on 12/17/2009
wonderful food,very pleasant hostess and comfortable atmosphere,the real french treat with a lot of character I recommand it...
Posted by david on 09/08/2009
I am guessing many of the reviews that mention the owner are from people who need to be coddled everywhere they go. They are also more than likely the types who would probably be better off at a corporate chain where they are given exactly what they expect everytime: fake niceties from drones, and a sterile version of cafe culture. For me, I prefer places like Chez Betty that actually have some life and personality to them. I stopped in this morning for the first time and it had a great vibe: quirky french pop music, the owner greeting each customer (many of whom seemed to be regulars), good coffee and food. I will definitely be back.
Posted by musicayvida on 06/26/2009
Chez Betty is one of my favorite places in the east village. The food is on point, the ambiance and charm of the restaurant simply add to it. I highly recommend the quiche, the pate, and the lattes. :-)
Posted by myriam SY on 04/02/2009
I found this beatiful and charming french place and I recommend it!
Posted by anonymous on 11/17/2008
absolutly french! the real deal.authentic pate, quiches like in France,great italian coffee and amazing pastries !