Established in 1927, Caffe Reggio has been serving cappuccini, food, wine and desserts for almost a century in the heart of Greenwich Village.
So much history and great cappuccino
Gorgeous little European cafe that feels like a step back in time.
Check out the awesome vintage espresso machine as you enjoy free WiFi!
A must go if you want to experience the real old school NY.
Open so late, and such a nice setting! Quaint, while not sleepy.
Must have espresso & eggs Benedict. Nyu crowd. Not too loud. Fresh ice cream. Tiniest bathroom ever.
You can meet the most interesting people here, but the restroom is terrible.
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.
Real good Americano. Black and strong and deliciously Italian.
Great cappuccinos and tiramisu
Oldest NY cafe.
Nice place for coffee and desserts
Free wifi, but no power outlets
Quaint little place with a classic milkshake.
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.
Very good desserts but poor service and average coffee.
Lattes, bellinis, pastries, mephisto
Very moody place! Nice tiramisu
Some find it charming but I feel maybe it's just kind of dark and strangely decorated? I did enjoy the affogato, though
everything between $7-11, outdoor seating
Order the Double Espresso Romano to wake you up ;)
Original cappuccino with whipped cream!
European style caffe in NYC. What a rare combination :))) Finally...
Cafe, almond cappuccino, paninis, sandwiches (cash only!!!)
If you're a Berliner, you'll feel right at home with the "Lovingly decorated with stuff I found at the flea market" charm.
Obviously a tourist attraction because of its history but it still serves a decent cappuccino.
Authentic and cozy. For a the and a slice of pie is the best
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!
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.
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.
NYC's first Cappuccino machine!
Best cheesecake I've ever had!
Great stylish place! Awesome capuchino
Amazing cappucino! The pignola pie is to die for!!
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...
Best coffee and milk shake!
We had a late night coffee to keep us going and a tiramisu. Good espresso but tiramisu was not the best..
Do not order pasta. Bad, overcooked and dry.
Walked by a million times but never thought of going in. This place has character. Just go in and enjoy the atmosphere.
Best Pecan Pie ever!!!!!
I would describe the bruschetta as an alright arugula, tomato, moz salad on top of (not toasted) bread. The greens salad i would describe as weak.
Great coffee and great pasta. Love the decor.
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.