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86 E. 7th St. (First Ave.) Send to Phone
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Some of the city's best coffee is tucked away in this East Village storefront.
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Abraco Restaurant Review

: The coffee drinks at this pint-size coffee shop in the East Village don’t come with much variation, and you’ll be urged to have a smaller drink at the counter instead of taking it to-go. Still, even the drip coffee is made to order, and you can get specialties like a cortado---essentially a quarter-latte---made with fresh almond milk. The food, from chef Elizabeth Quijada, is of a far higher quality than you’d expect from the postage stamp-size kitchen. From a dense olive oil cake or cured olive cookies to a fluffy frittata and gooey blackberry brioches, Quijada turns out an impressive array of foods.

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