Our trek to SoHo was more comfortable after a stop at the quaint Fanelli's Cafe. Predictable bar food with a few fun surprises - like the Grilled Chicken Club with Gouda.
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There are some great old bars and restaurants in NY and there are some that are just old bars and restaurants with run down and dirty facilities, poor service and mediocre food. This is one of the latter. We came across this restaurant while shopping...More
... passed it many times and finally went in. another age! for the better, no wifi. small. I sat the bar but there are a line of small tables also plus a room in the back. A delicious BLT with salad was perfect. refills on...More
This restaurant/bar is located in one of the most visited corners of Soho. But the place keeps a local ambiance. The food is just good, the drinks are not special but you´ll find there a warm and quiet experience.
The café/bar is located on the corner of Prince and Mercer a block south of the Angelika Film Center, so very convenient before or after an early day film. I say early because the hours are from 10:00 to 1:30 or to 4:00 on weekends....More
Dropped in to this very classic place to get something to eat and coffee. I had an omelette and Michelle had the French toast. It was more like brunch. The food was excellent and perfect. We were actually sitting at the bar and were entertained...More
We went years ago when the kids were little. I read a review that said they had good French toast and they were correct. Walked through the front bar to the back room where we were comfortable. We definitely weren't sitting in the bar with...More