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The Path Cafe
Posted by Anonymous on 04/11/2013
Order a yogurt parfait and mango smoothie-- generally a simple order to make. The parfait had four strawberry halves on top and a thin layer of granola. The rest was all yogurt. I took one bite and even that was hard to swallow. Tastes like it was a day old, the granola was soggy and yogurt was bad. The smoothie seemed pre-made, and judging from the snarky response I got when I asked if banana could be added ("We don't have any, and even if we did, we wouldn't add it" --nice), I'm guessing my hunch was right. It was room temperature and seemed more like a cream drink than a smoothie. Again, after one sip, couldn't take another. The only reason I chose this place was because of other reviews, but I'd like to inform the next customer before they make the same mistake. A complete waste of time and money.
Posted by Cari Cakes on 04/14/2011
Thank God the I find the streets in the village so confusing. I was in need of a cup of soup and some tea and happened to stumble upon this place. I have never had a cup of tea as big as the one they gave me here. The old man who served me was so nice and didn't care that I sat there for over an hour and a half constantly asking for more hot water. The music was a calming singer-songwriter mix and everyone in there had a book. I broke down and ordered their grilled cheese too and i didnt regret it. Great find! I hope I can find it again...
Posted by Zivag on 01/19/2011
We had lunch there prior to going to the theatre. The food was awesome, served beautifully by a very gracious waitress. Too bad we live in midtown otherwise we will be there daily. We are looking forward to going back for another meal.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/27/2010
The super veggie sandwich is AMAZING.. magagement is super friendly and helpful.. Definitely check this place out!!
Posted by Anonymous on 01/05/2010
stopped in to cafe for lunch earlier had chicken pesto panani on 7 grain bread awsome,service was fast and friendly, very clean restaurant with some great music, its going to be my new hang
Posted by Benji Davis on 10/28/2009
I recently moved back into the Manhattan after a nightmarish stay in the boroughs. And have happily resettled onto Christopher Street again. After a day of moving in - I ran down to get a mani-pedi from my favorite nail girl Meme - only to find a coffee shop in it's place!!! But I also found David. David saw the state I was in at the shock of losing Meme – sat me down, offered me a complimentary homemade Lemonade and the rest is history. I've been having his lemonade and panini sandwiches ever since. Christopher street can be a scene. And sometimes you just want to go have a cup of coffee and read the paper. Not have to do your face and walk into a singles market. (I won't name names!) It's a nice place to sit and have a quiet coffee and take the sun in the morning. And David and his wife are always there and it feels refreshingly Mom and Popish. I guess the boroughs rubbed off me - I don't know. You have to try the brunch panini. And the fresh squeezed lemonade.
Posted by mike t. on 10/01/2009
this place has it all the decor is amazing ,friendly staff and a FULL SANDWICH and soup of day for $8. the coffe is organic which i thought i would not like but its awsome.Diffently will be back