Convenient location to Frick and the Met. Stop in for a quick bite or espresso.
What a great spot! Any sandwich is a hit!
This is a wonderful little spot a few blocks off 5th Ave. A perfect Italian cafe. Perfect for an espresso and a panini.
Try the Cevino. It was delicious!!
Great atmosphere and amazing lattes
Loved the capuccino one of the best I ever had.
Cute, quaint caffe in the front and restaurant in the back. A hidden gem.
Good Italian sandwiches that expresses perfectly what living in the upper east side must feel like.
Traditional Italian food. Beautiful cafe. Sweet green door at entrance. High quality coffee. Plus the best tiramisu I've ever had.
Delicious panini, Lo Spazzino was amazing!
All sandwiches. And gelato. Coffee.
Barbagia is the best panini.
The best cappuccino and tiramisu.
This Lasagna makes me crazy. Why so good. Dare to say its the best lasagna in the city.👌
Even the dinner pastas are fascinating. The real vongole alla pescatora I ve been looking for.❤️
Best cappuccino in NYC
Lol no don't
Best cappuccino around
Feels like Italy. Cozy spot worth checking out.
Excellent panini' sand coffees. Tight space.
I know why the Non Ti Scordar di Me sandwich is award winning. The combo of speck, bro and paté on warm Italian bread is perfection.
Cute italian spot but do not sit in the front. It's crowed and noisy. If you're looking for a cute, quiet cafe - this isn't it unfortunately.
Really great yelp find. Close to the whitney.... great food... menu was in Italian though.
Pineapple ice cream - yammi
Did I really just pay six dollars for an iced latte? For that much I'd expect friendlier service.
paninis are spectacular, tiramisu not at all.
Don't seem to care here. Thin espresso. How can it not be great? Unrealized potential.
you should always go here after the whitney. amazing latte, simple salads, hot sandwiches. this place is a tucked away, neighborhood spot with lots of foreign appeal.
Worst $4 iced coffee EVAR. But seating if you are looking for a place to have a casual mtg.
Great latte and gelato and bench outside
Fine cappuccino but definitely two pricey even for UES. Unfriendly. Sorry but I can't recommend it
A cozy little place; so cute, you may momentarily forget you're in New York. Order the Garganelli and the tiramisu for dessert
Best cappuccino in town. Excellent paninis as well.
If you have ever been or lived (like myself) in Italy you'll know this coffee is nothing special, it's just passable. My $6 double espresso was bitter, watery & way too big, not to mention expensive!
It's good but overpriced
Brilliant cappuccinos, hot chocolate ;the real thing) and food...
Neighborhood favorite, I've been come for a while take a trip down the block to this wonderful little place... Their panini are to die for, especially one called ' La Madunina '
Best tiramisu I've ever had!
Ask for a soup before your sandwich. Cervino is awesome! Fast service there and good price!
Tentazione panini is where it's at. Don't let the shrimp prosciutto combo scare you, it's divine, the sauce ties it together nicely.
The desserts are great, but it is fun to sit in the back and enjoy the entrees. It is one of the upper east side's best kept secrets.
Pretty weak Americano... I expected more for 4 bucks.
Dinner entrees can run a bit pricey, but the panini are reasonably priced, delicious, and available all day.
Tentazione sandwich is amazing...shrimp and prosciutto!! AMAZING
Not very kid friendly, but snobbish.
Great salmon tartine!
Best cappuccino in Manhattan, I've tried to find better without success. VQ is owned by the same people as Bottega del Vino (kitty corner from the Plaza Hotel). Read the article on the wall there.