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Abraco

81 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 shop.


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Open
Open Tues.-Sun.
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  • Dress code: Casual
  • No Credit Cards

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Abraco, New York, NY


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Abraco Restaurant Review

: The coffee drinks at this coffee shop in the East Village don’t come with much variation. 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. Chef Elizabeth Quijada turns out an impressive array of foods, from a dense olive oil cake or cured olive cookies to a fluffy frittata and gooey blackberry brioches.





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