Excellent specialty coffee, congenial surroundings, quality pastries, conveniently located in downtown New Rochelle.
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This little patisserie is much needed in the downtown area of New Rochelle. The food is good, and the service is nice enough. The breakfast options are a bit overpriced, but given the lack of spaces ( that are not Starbucks) where one can work...More
The vibe of this place is part art gallery and part salon in France. The coffee is spectacular. The pastries and other small dishes of food are carefully prepared and tasty. The furnishings are electic. There are sofas and arm chairs and small pieces of...More
Went to this place for cake and coffee. Sat for fifteen minutes, no one came to table. Two employees behind the counter, doing nothing. We stood up and left. Given the state of small businesses in downtown New Rochelle, this was a very bad move....More
Dear rmart48, We are a coffee shop and we do not offer table service. Restaurants offer table service and we are not a restaurant. Perhaps you got confused. Tell everyone you want and desire how horrible we are...... I am sure you will be corrected...More
but I'm not gonna. I've only gotten to this secret of late, and their baked goods (baked on premises, made on premises? I don't know which) are very, very good. Expensive yes. But very, very good. And happily not yuppie. A yuppie came in behind...More
Given the lack of breakfast places in New Rochelle, we found this little cafe quaint and tasteful. Limited menu but plenty for what we needed. Fresh baked goods and wonderful coffee with almond milk for those paleo people out there. Really enjoyed the atmosphere, food,...More
It's even cooler in New Rochelle. The vibe is laid back sophisticated and artfully casual. The food is well thought out and good. The coffee is the best! The cappuccino or the iced coffee that is cold brewed make this location a great stop-and-chill place....More
Nice atmosphere, a truly local coffee hangout feel. Really good Altifores! Friendly service. Best for pastries, macaroons, etc...
As far as cafés go in downtown New Rochelle - look no further. We found it back in January when we were strolling about looking for a nice sit-down cafe and voila! It's small, cozy so seating is limited but has a urban chic decor/ambiance...More