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Cafe Gitane
French Restaurant$$
Today 7:00 am – 12:00 am
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The Jane Hotel 113 Jane St New York, NY 10014
113 Jane StreetUSNew YorkNew York10014
(212) 255-4143cafegitanenyc.com
$$French Restaurant, African Restaurant
French Restaurant
African Restaurant
North African Restaurant
Moroccan Restaurant
Today 7:00 am – 12:00 am
Monday 7:00 am – 12:00 amTuesday 7:00 am – 12:00 amWednesday 7:00 am – 12:00 amThursday 7:00 am – 12:00 amFriday 7:00 am – 1:00 amSaturday 7:00 am – 1:00 amSunday 7:00 am – 12:00 am
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Jane Hotel branch of mini-chain of cafes serving couscous & other French-Moroccan standards.- Google
"If you want to have a wonderful brunch date this is your place."
"I love the Jane Street cafe, tucked away in the Jane Hotel."
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Raquel Sanchis
6 months ago
I came to Gitane with four friends for a late brunch/lunch. We waited like 10 mns at the bar for our table to free up. The cafe is very cute, its got this sort of rustic cafe vibe from the French occupation of Morocco. Lots of things to look at and keep you busy while you wait. It's naturally lit since it's on the first floor of the riverside. To drink, I ordered the cucumber juice,and it was delicious! We shared the Goat Cheese Balls and the Dukkah. The cheese balls were quite spicy but very flavorful. The Dukkah was very hard to eat properly: it's a small bowl filled to the top with crushed nuts and spices. Nevertheless, it was very good. We all had the Couscous. I was great! The plate was beautiful, and you get a huge serving on hummus on top. As a hummus expert, I can tell you that this is one of the best hummus I've had in New York. If you add the hot sauce, it just makes everything better! Really, really good! The spices are just right, the salt is very light, almost inexistent. All and all, great place!
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Khalid Abdulkader
8 months ago
Nice decor, although not really coherent... Buddha?! In a Moroccan-French place? I don't get it... Good for coffee or tea and pastry. (Not all pastry actually, the friand was ok) The food isn't good.. The waffles were not even edible! The baked eggs were tasteless even with the sauce. Too bad.. Could have been a nice café.
Anna L
10 months ago
One of my favourite places to eat in NYC. A lovely relaxed atmosphere and friendly, but not overbearing waiting staff. I would highly recommend getting a few plates to share, at least of lunch anyway. The avocado toast is simply delicious and the goats' cheese packs a punch, brilliant. I love the Jane Street cafe, tucked away in the Jane Hotel.
James Wiley
a year ago
Nice bright atmosphere and good food. Pretty limited menu though. One or two times enough.
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Emir O'Hara
4 months ago
this was my first favorite restaurant when i moved to ny. avocado toast for breakfast and hummus + merguez couscous for din. either location works (either on Mott or Jane St) also good coffee!
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Jennifer LaVelle
9 months ago
This place makes me feel like I was transported to another country. It is a beautiful space and if you are lucky enough to get a seat by the window, you can actually see the Hudson. They have the BEST avocado toast that is just a little spicy and on thick country-style bread. For dinner, they have great cous-cous and tasty cocktails.
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Eduardo Mena
a year ago
If you want to have a wonderful brunch date this is your place. The staff is very nice and the food is amazing. I love the watermelon juice.
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Alex Berggruen
2 years ago
Like the Cafe Gitane in Nolita with one added benefit - its proximity to one of my favorite nighttime hangouts... The Jane Hotel ballroom. Great food and an excellent place to gather the friends for some drinking too before a night on the town in the West Village or The Meatpacking District.