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Prince Coffee House


2306 Arthur Ave, Bronx
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Sitting right at the intersection of Arthur Ave and Crescent, Prince Coffee House serves as a sort of town square for the neighborhood. The table-service Turkish coffee shop fills up on weekday mornings with regulars on their laptops, but it has more of a European feel on weekends when you’ll see groups linger for hours ordering fluffy coconut Raffaello cake and a succession of Viennese cappuccinos in tiny cups. Light streams into the big, beautiful space through tall windows that are perfect for people watching, and they have a hundred tin Turkish coffee cups hanging from the ceiling inside. There’s also a designated “quiet area” in the basement with a long wooden table for working.

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