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Le Pain Quotidien
Posted by Theo on 2011-11-29
Simple, but great and healthy food, served by a beautiful waitress. I really loved both!
Posted by Leja on 2011-03-21
The most amazing hot chocolate whether it be soy or regular milk. By far, the best there is. The typical American, unfortunately is used to horrific overly sweetened mixes, etc. mixed with water (of all things!!!) instead of milk. So who knows if they wou
Posted by chris on 2008-07-10
Casual environment, lots of seating, bright and open atmosphere. Food is good. Good bread which you can buy separately and take home larger loaves are offered whole or cut.
Posted by Anonymous on 2008-04-22
I haven't been able to find a decent croissant since living in Paris but this place comes pretty darn close... definitely the best in the U.S. so far. A croissant was $2.25 and a pan au chocolate was $2.75, so they weren't cheap, but they tasted amazing s
Posted by Anonymous on 2008-01-22
Stopped in here after walking around Central Park. I was short on time, so couldn't stay long - next visit for sure. I did buy a macaroon to take with me which was soooo good and only $1!
Posted by FoodConnoisseur on 2007-02-08
The organic food movement is alive in this cafe. The breads and sandwiches are delicious and it is a feast for the eyes. Everything is fresh and prepared to order. I am looking forward to having bread, cake, cookies and pastries in the near future.
Posted by Frank from LA on 2007-01-29
This is my "breakfast with the Carnegie Hall" crowd place - fabulous location, pleasant and comfortable. Baked goods are great, hot chocolate is not good at all. Try the brownies- heaven on a plate!
Posted by anonymous on 2006-11-08
Great for a quick, reasonable bite pre-City Center. Atmosphere a bit noisy but food quality higher and a better bargain than area delis that cater to tourists.