Caffe Reggio

Caffe Reggio

Café$$$$
Greenwich Village, New York
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  • Andre L.
    Andre LugoApril 15, 2014
    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!
  • Gothamist
    GothamistJuly 5
    Leave it to the bohemian Greenwich Village Caffe Reggio to brew coffee the way mom used to make it—hot and then over ice. It's a great cup with the right amount of bitterness and a medium body. Read more
  • Marcus S.
    Marcus SwiftSeptember 28, 2012
    Been here 5+ times
    The Ravioli al Pesto & Parma Panino are top-notch. The hot coffee has never been the best in town, but boy do they know how to make it iced. The bathroom has a Dante quote above it for good reason.
  • Frank S.
    Frank SMarch 11, 2013
    Been here 25+ times
    Incredible ambiance in NY's oldest Caffe where you can sip a Cappuccino while sitting on a 500 Year Old Renaissance Bench from a Medici Palace as you gaze at a painting from The School of Caravaggio . Read more
  • Toni G.
    Toni GiambraAugust 31, 2014
    These differently flavored iced lattes - O M G. Also, remember to bring cash. The inside is amazing, very nostalgic of an older New York. The food's a little lacking, but like I said, those lattes...
  • Citybeams.com
    Citybeams.comJune 30, 2012
    Huge ancient paintings and sculptures. Antiques on the walls and small round tables with wire chairs. Cappuccino is fantastic and they have a big menu of small plates. A great place to hang out.
  • TAMMY G.
    TAMMY GIAJanuary 2, 2015
    Cheese plate is yummy, tiramisu is to die for and the cappuccinos are exactly how u want them to be. I have been coming here for over 20 years and it has not changed 1 iota!
  • Frank S.
    Frank SFebruary 21, 2012
    Been here 25+ times
    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.
  • Frank F.
    Frank FredericksFebruary 23, 2012
    Been here 10+ times
    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).
  • William H.
    William HJuly 11, 2013
    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.
  • Molly M.
    Molly McCoyOctober 3, 2011
    Been here 5+ times
    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.
  • Untapped Cities
    Untapped CitiesJuly 30, 2013
    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.
  • New York Habitat
    New York HabitatNovember 28, 2011
    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.
  • Froggle T.
    Froggle The FrogJune 8, 2013
    The Verona panini was delicious! Got the panini special which was supposed to come with a soda, but upgraded to a cappuccino. Wait staff is also incredibly friendly and charming!
  • Mark F.
    Mark ForscherApril 18, 2014
    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.
  • The Corcoran Group
    The Corcoran GroupJune 28, 2012
    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.
  • Jason 6.
    Jason 64128May 17, 2012
    Been here 5+ times
    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.
  • Kathy L.
    Kathy LiuNovember 29, 2014
    Cute cafe! Had the affogato and it was delicious. The music there was perfect for a classical music lover. If you hate Beethoven or Brahms don't go.
  • Untapped Cities
    Untapped CitiesJuly 15, 2013
    It's refreshing to see some old coffee staples of the city still alive and running. Check out Caffe Reggio's 1902 espresso machine and the Renaissance-era decor. Read more
  • Sasha S.
    Sasha SafonovaDecember 23, 2012
    Hazlenut cappuccino, fresh oj. These are authentic. The crowd can get loud but if you get the purple bench by the tiny window, you could spend all day
  • Christopher P.
    Christopher PepeApril 16, 2013
    Cappuccino. Everyone else has said it already for a reason: it's fantastic. And make sure you have a little time to sit and people watch or read the paper.
  • Caffe Reggio
    Caffe ReggioJanuary 31, 2013
    Breakfast special served all day: Muffin Benedict, Original Cappuccino and freshly squeezed OJ for $13.95
  • Mellani K.
    Mellani KimDecember 31, 2014
    I came to this caffe with my loved one. Its atmosphere is cozy n artistic, but not clean. However, I enjoyed their coffee, especially its vienese coffee.
  • Rachel P.
    Rachel PhamApril 19, 2015
    The space is quiet and cozy, and the service is nice. There is wifi but it requires some info, no outlets. Dim, but not bad on a sunny day when the windows are open. Tea is good.
  • Tiffany
    TiffanyJanuary 30, 2013
    Been here 10+ times
    opposite cafe reggio is where the famous Louisa M. Alcott who wrote Little Women lives and is said to wrote that book there at that time.
  • Lily Z.
    Lily ZhangJanuary 20, 2015
    If you're a Berliner, you'll feel right at home with the "Lovingly decorated with stuff I found at the flea market" charm.
  • Colm
    ColmApril 22, 2012
    Delicious Pecan Pie with ice cream. And the only place outside of Sicily I've found serving a Granite latte!
  • Rodrigo A.
    Rodrigo ArtaviaJanuary 27, 2015
    Cafe, almond cappuccino, paninis, sandwiches (cash only!!!)
  • Candace N.
    Candace NicholsonNovember 14, 2015
    Good chai latte and decent pasta dishes. The hot chocolate was awful though (tasteless). The decor is beautiful & the staff is friendly and attentive. But I don't recommend going to the bathroom here.
  • Lawrence L.
    Lawrence L.January 8, 2015
    Obviously a tourist attraction because of its history but it still serves a decent cappuccino.
  • Brittani H.
    Must have espresso & eggs Benedict. Nyu crowd. Not too loud. Fresh ice cream. Tiniest bathroom ever.
  • Holly F.
    Holly FloresSeptember 2, 2013
    Everything is amazing. The toast is the best I've ever had. Get the toast.
  • Ted P.
    Ted PerlmutterDecember 4, 2013
    Admire the art on the walls. I don't think that it has changed since they shot the original Shaft here in the 1970s
  • Rod M.
    Rod M.April 28, 2012
    Classic spot. Been in NYC since the 1920s. A must visit. The pinnolli cookies...GREAT!
  • HashtagNYU
    Check out the awesome vintage espresso machine as you enjoy free wi-fi!
  • Jessica R.
    Jessica RourkeNovember 29, 2010
    Get the cappuccino with whip cream! The service is slow, but it's the perfect place to get coffee and take your time
  • MNZ ..
    MNZ .August 10, 2014
    We had a late night coffee to keep us going and a tiramisu. Good espresso but tiramisu was not the best..
  • Ernst-Jan P.
    Ernst-Jan PfauthSeptember 22, 2012
    Dylan used to hang out here and their espresso machine supposedly is pretty old. Sit on the terrace and watch the crowds gather for Club Wah?
  • Briana W.
    Briana WuagneuxMarch 26, 2012
    Go for the sweets and the coffee and the atmosphere, not the real food. I wouldn't brunch here again...
  • HashtagNYU
    HashtagNYUFebruary 3
    Check out the awesome vintage espresso machine as you enjoy free WiFi!
  • Silvia B.
    Silvia Butta CaliceJanuary 6, 2015
    Authentic and cozy. For a the and a slice of pie is the best
  • Ken S.
    Ken S.July 9, 2014
    Walked by a million times but never thought of going in. This place has character. Just go in and enjoy the atmosphere.
  • Seth F.
    Seth FaulkFebruary 6, 2012
    Llooking for something cold and sweet? Try the Delicioso! You won't be sorry!
  • Walei S.
    Walei SabryOctober 27, 2013
    If you order hot chocolate, you're gonna need sugar to go along with it.
  • Caroline Kay Hwa T.
    Caroline Kay Hwa TanApril 13, 2014
    Opens till 2.45am. Come here for you caffeine fix during those lonely study nights as opposed to terrible Starbucks coffee.
  • K
    KJanuary 26
    A must go if you want to experience the real old school NY.
  • Shadi I.
    Shadi ISeptember 14, 2014
    Amazing cappucino! The pignola pie is to die for!!
  • Lindsey F.
    Lindsey FrancesFebruary 17, 2014
    Been here 5+ times
    classic, cheap, nostalgic, and easy to spend time in.
  • Steve
    SteveFebruary 6
    Gorgeous little European cafe that feels like a step back in time.
  • Lauren L.
    Lauren L 🔫January 3, 2012
    Good coffee, desserts are okay... Wouldn't say they are worth the price. Cash only and all ATMs on the block are broken. Waiters are being rude about the fact that they did not inform about cash only
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