Lovely vintage coffee shop with a great menu, friendly staff and a good break from all the boring franchises
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great little spot for a delicious bite of lunch, nice selection of freshly prepared options; the staff more interested in their electronic devices and could use some proper customer service training; perhaps they are too cool for that. tiny tables and chairs, squeeze in if...More
We were trapped in a Lord & Taylor Dept. Store in Manhattan while a thunderstorm passed through. While killing time we asked a store clerk if she or her fellow workers could recommend a local restaurant for lunch. The tiny Piccolo Cafe was their unanimous...More
My husband and I happened upon this charming cafe on Madison between 37th and 38th Streets last Sunday morning, and couldn't be happier that we did. Although the place is decidedly on the compact and cozy side, the menu options were so extensive that we...More
The restaurant empty when we arrived. And by the reception we received, the proprietor (or waiter) preferred it to stay that way. We could feel the ice. After being advised to order at the counter we waited for our dinner noticing, I believe, a reference...More
A while back, I was a regular at this cafe, grabbing coffee and the occasional croissant sandwich, treat, etc. However, I could never shrug off the ill feeling of rude service. The owner is friendly, but the lady in the front is consistently rude for...More
Love this place! Super charming and feels like an escape from the city. Great coffee, very reasonable prices. Awesome breakfast sandwiches!!! Really nice and friendly staff as well. I bring all of my out-of-town friends to their 74th Street location.