Classic institutions and hidden gems line the streets of NYC's most fashionable district. Local-approved coffee shops, delicious snacks, and perfect drinks await, just steps away from your Breather.
1. Saturdays Surf NYC
Luke: Drink the coffee. Sit in the backyard. Pretend you know how to surf
2. Café Select
Emily Kane: Breakfast is served until 5pm. 🙌🏼You would be a fool to not get some form of rösti.
3. Café Integral
Christina Tran: Best coffee, sweetest staff, shruggie key chains for sale ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ one-stop shop
4. Jack's Wife Freda
Bridget Badore: Everything. So good. The avocado toast is A+ and any of the egg dishes. Also have awesome healthy bowls that can be gluten free
Eater: Restaurateur Keith McNally's enduring Soho brasserie is the best every day restaurant in New York City. Period. Read more.
6. Calexico Cart
Chenny D: Pulled pork burrito! So juicy and the spiciness of chipotle adds a very nice kick!:)
7. Fanelli Cafe
James Hogerty: Laid back, down to earth, semi-intimate. Awesome spot to grab lunch at a cool spot while avoiding the crowd.
Rachel Moncton: Almond croissants are to die for, cutest to go coffee cups. Seating in the back to hang out and read
9. La Compagnie des Vins Surnaturels
Katie Conneally: Great happy hour! $5 wines from 5-7pm.
10. The Dutch
Susan Claxton: Great cocktails. Lobster sliders. Kimchi fried rice. Fried chicken and biscuits. Ribs. Pie. Great private room!
11. Blue Ribbon Sushi
Chucho Ugarte: An authentic sushi place, good cold sake, perfect sushi with just the right size and perfect rice
12. Genuine Liquorette
Anna Santiago: It's kitschy and fun for a few drinks. Fries are crispy, thin and cheap!
13. Charlie Bird
Kirk Love: The most solid and consistent meal I've had in Manhattan in years. Near 10 experience across the board.
14. Raoul's Restaurant
Stina P.: the best burger in the entire city - i have dreams about it and the au poivre sauce. off menu and exactly 12 served each night from the bar only. kitchen opens at 530 and seats are filled by 5
15. The Ship
Guest of a Guest: Head down a hallway to find a dark stairway that leads you to the basement of "The Ship." Comfy booths and dim lighting, get lost in conversation with some good company. Read more.
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