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Posted by SLVR Shoes on 11/15/2011
I stumbled onto this little quaint spot during my lunch break. I had the steak sandwich and it was amazing - and 100% organic + local! Staff was friendly and the dine in atmosphere is cute. A definite lunch repeat!
Posted by Anonymous on 01/24/2011
They serve really nice flavor of coffe but not the food. I don't know weather they bake the croissant or get it from somewhere else, i've tried 4,5 times and it's never been fully risen. It is always stuck in the bottom and feels like something undone even though the surface is a little burnt. So i changed the menu this tme and tried the soup of day. A cup of skimpy vegetable soup cost 6.50 which was nothing tasted but spicy. They need to improve cooking skill before they serve food.
Posted by shecat on 08/31/2009
Everytime I visit NY, I generally end up at Local each morning. I am a real fan of their hot chocolate, they get the texture just right and the price is really reasonable. The coffees have improved over the years moving from a bitter taste to a more smooth flavour. The food menu is rather limited and hasn't changed over the past.. 5 years or so.. for breakfast, the murrays bagel with cream cheese for $2.50 can't be beat- warm toasted and delicious.. and the Pukkola is awesome and deceptively filling. The assortment of cookies, scones and cakes are good, nothing spectacular but a good addition to your coffee... and I hear the hard boiled egg is delicious. The place is tiny with only 4 tables, but if you get there early or after peak hour you should be able to sit down. It's a very relaxing place where you can read the paper and catch snippets of other locals conversations. The service is ok, the girl behind the counter is a little cold however the guy is very nice and makes the best drinks. Overall, this is a wonderful little cafe with a limited but satisfying menu. A really great addition to Sullivan St.