What is all the fuss about old school tatty and dirty coffee shop. The coffee is disappointing although the service was ok.
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Cafe Reggio on MacDougal Street is one of the last of the old time cafes the West Village had a plethora of in the '60's, '70's, and '80s as well. Sad to see them go. One imagines artists and writers frequenting these cafes, people playing...More
We came here for a quick beverage and a break to rest our feet. My grandmother had cappachino and my sister and I each had a cold hot chocolate. The cappachino was good but the iced hot chocolate was bitter and sugar free and we...More
We were walking through the Village and decided to take a break at Caffe Reggio. This is a quaint cafe that reminded me of the kind I have visited in Rome. This cafe introduced cappuccino to the United States. I selected an Italian pastry with...More
This gem in the West Village has been here unchanged in any respect except the addition of a modern espresso machine since 1925. The original ornate espresso maker is central to the decor which include a number of old Italian paintings (which really need some...More
The Platonic ideal of a Greenwich Village coffee shop (not many left, by the way). It's a zillion years old and looks it. The raffish ambience has been the backdrop for many a college student pondering the mysteries of life and the universe. It's small...More
Step back in time, and enjoy delicious coffee (who needs Starbucks when you have Caffe Reggio's original machine), tasty pasta, and an eclectic atmosphere. Well worth the visit.