This cozy little restaurant has that dine-feel with fabulous food. They even have a garden in back for the warmer months. The service is always lovely and the food is delicious. Brunch is great - I recommend the Bacon, egg & cheese on a croissant or the Israeli breakfast. Their soups are very tasty too! When you're wandering around wondering where to eat, this place will always make you smile, without burning a hole in your walley
This place has such an incredible space. Big, open, lofty, even cutey decorated with lights, comfy chairs, and kitchy paraphenalia - they even have a set up for bands, who will play breakfast, lunch, dinner, or drinks. But underneath all of that is an annoying excuse for a restaurant. The service is terrible and the food, though they boast 'organic,' is overpirced and unexciting. I have only tried the brunch, but I can't say that I'll ever give it another try
This place has a lovely atmosphere and you can smell the bread cooking in the back. Thye have a good lunch selection with a very wide variety of tastey sandwiches. It is a little prices but the location is good and its a good fit for business lunches.
A great ambiance, though if you come on the weekend you'll be sharing that ambiance quite intimately will many many other people. But the food is delicious and the wine is pricey and tastey, as it should be. Its a very romantic setting and the service is great. I highly recommend the Rigatoni!!
I love this place. They have the absolute best mimosas, though a bit pricey, get one pitcher and you'll find yourself eager for more. A wide rance of tropical tastes! They have great service and the best chicken and avocado sandwich
A favorite for music "insiders" and music snobs, but none-the-less an excellent music store. Very thorough in niche genres: electronic, reggae/dub, avant-garde. Huge section of indie rock. And good older rock and roll section
Fairly priced rare and popular CD's populate this well organized shop, full of hidden gems and dusty classics. Nothing to write home about, but this palces does have an extremely thorough collection. Few missing links here when it comes to rock, jazz, blues, folk, and R&B
Store for the serious record collector wiling to drop tons of money on imports and first pressings of rock and roll records. Also have some special sectiosn: bubblegum, surf rock, etc. The owner supposedly has warehouse in Long Island filled with records. Definitely over priced for the average music enthusiast, but a good place to find rarities
Hip-hop, electronica, and R&B are found in abundance at Fat Beats, catering mostly to D.J.'s and ravers. Not the place for the rock and roll fan. Also sell DJ equipment
East village record store that does a good job catering to newer indie-electric music. A decent used section, nothing to write home about. Mainly only new vinyl, but as stated, newer music selection is good. Store buyers definitely reference Pitchfork and Wire magazine when making purchases.