This is a little coffee shop on Sixth Avenue that’s good for a quick bite. Stop in and pick up a Brazilian pastry, or sit down and eat a sandwich. Or, if you’re tired of dodging tourists in Greenwich Village and you need somewhere to sit and relax, camp here for a minute with a cup of coffee. This place isn’t huge, but you can usually find a seat.
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