Established in 1927, Caffe Reggio has been serving cappuccini, food, wine and desserts for almost a century in the heart of Greenwich Village.
Bathroom so comically small you've got to sit sideways.
Established 1927. Continuously operated. First caffe in the United States to serve Cappuccino. Ornate bronze espresso machine built in 1902. Some of its decor dates back to the 16th century.
A cozy, old-world café in Greenwich Village with good coffee and good food. Come here for a tasty retreat on a rainy day and get their cappuccino and uno panini.
Carrot cake is always my favorite. Btw, the password for wifi here is 212-475-9557.
New York's oldest caffe, 1927, a Greenwich Village institution, sit on a Florentine bench from a Medici Palace sip your Cappuccino and admire a 16th Century Painting from The School of Caravaggio.
Everything I don't want in a cafe...slow service and cash only... But still my favorite cafe in the world, and GREAT coffee! Been here 100+ times (before I started using 4sq).
Caffe Reggio's claim to fame--a 1902 cappuccino machine-- allegedly introduced the drink to New Yorkers. Check out the cafe's Renaissance-era decor as well.
Flawless almond cappuccino.
Llooking for something cold and sweet? Try the Delicioso! You won't be sorry!
very cute coffee shop
wi-fi password: 2124759557 - via 4sqwifi.com
Double Espresso Roman will wake you up! Perfect!
Very nice staff.
Capucino is awesome, always busy place.
To-go prices for espresso drinks are much lower than to-stay.
Admire the art on the walls. I don't think that it has changed since they shot the original Shaft here in the 1970s
My waitress looks like Rachel Leigh Cook in 'She's All That.'
The chairs aren't comfortable and the bathroom could fit in an airplane, but the capuchinos are top-notch and the servers are always nice. For a real treat, try a sundae or banana split.
The ceiling fan was apparently a prop in the film "Casablanca!"
Quaint little cafe that has become a mainstay of the neighborhood and a tourist hotspot. Still, we can’t walk by without getting an Iced Cappuccino.
No outlets here. This is not an exaggeration.
Try the profitterol! It's very light chocolate with some whipped cream.
Such a wonderful place to relax, visit with friends, or get some work done in a quiet corner. Try their special hazelnut cappuccino. It was easily the best coffee drink I've ever had.
Rude, snobby, dry food, cash only
Tip the pretty and friendly waitress! Nevermind the other one.
I haven't been here for over a year and the waitress still recognized me. That's impressive.
ROACH IN THE PANINO!
get the torino panini: brie avocado n dill!!
Have the best cappuccino of your life and pasta with amazing homemade pesto sauce.
Nice cup of coffee to sober up :-)
NYC's oldest cafe, where some scenes from “Inside Llewyn Davis” were shot, still feels like it's from a different era. An eclectic mix of patrons, small tables, and surprisingly good food.
That was good! Cute small hole in the wall. I can imagine the locals love this place. If your in the area grab a bite. Check out the art, the machine, and the history!
Opens till 2.45am. Come here for you caffeine fix during those lonely study nights as opposed to terrible Starbucks coffee.
I'd hardly refer to this place as "cozy ;" sardine can is more like it.
classic, cheap, nostalgic, and easy to spend time in.
If it's good enough for Shaft, it's good enough for me.
First guy didn't know how to make a hazelnut cappuccino so Victor came. And Hh fucked it up. No foam, he put sugar->milk->espresso->syrup...Learn to do your job! "Original Cappuccino" = MADE WRONG
If you order hot chocolate, you're gonna need sugar to go along with it.
Eggs, coffee selection and desserts
Everything is amazing. The toast is the best I've ever had. Get the toast.
Classic New York eatery!
Great coffee, terrible hot chocolate. Love it here.
Try the French Toast (via @Foodspotting)
Ottimo caffè americano. Da provare le sfogliatelle