Visit Us71 Clinton Street
New York, NY 10002
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As one of New York City’s oldest neighborhoods, the Lower East Side’s long and storied history was written by revolutionaries and immigrants, Beat poets and gangsters, rappers and writers. That history continues on a palimpsest, with new layers taking root and changing the landscape as they grow.
You’ll find a similar sort of layering in this cafe. Here, exposed brick meets crisp, precise millwork, and comfortable banquette seating offsets charmingly eclectic light fixtures. During the colder seasons, the facade of glass and steel provides a corner view of Rivington Street; when the sun is out, it opens up to welcome the breeze.
Though we love this cafe’s cozy design, it would be almost criminal not to enjoy the neighborhood in pleasant weather with a single-origin, espresso, or pastry in tow.