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Coffee Shop$$
Today 8:00 am – 2:00 am
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1744 2nd Ave New York, NY 10128, United States
1744 2nd AvenueUSNew YorkNew York10128
$$Coffee Shop, LoungeToday 8:00 am – 2:00 am
Monday 8:00 am – 12:00 amTuesday 8:00 am – 12:00 amWednesday 8:00 am – 12:00 amThursday 8:00 am – 12:00 amFriday 8:00 am – 2:00 amSaturday 8:00 am – 2:00 amSunday 8:00 am – 12:00 am
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Funky hangout that offers cappuccinos by day, craft beers by night & also has fondue & s'mores.- Google
"The ambience is excellent and similar to a coffee house."
6 reviewers
"Glass of wine or craft beer & fondue to end it."
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Matthew Faustini
3 months ago
Very cool and low-key cafe. Simple set-up. Great place to grab drinks with friends. Be those drinks caffeinated or alcoholic, you're sure to find something worth imbibing. Also serves unique, sharable platters of fondue or s'mores. Great for unwinding with some casual conversation.
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Jenny Karo
5 months ago
Favorite spot on the UES. Only complaint is the wifi doesn't come on nights and weekends. I woukd work here all the time if the wifi worked!
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Joel Zipkin
6 months ago
Awesome coffee locally roasted, awesome cocktails with high quality, fresh ingredients. Great atmosphere. This is THE perfect incarnation of coffee shop bar
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Martin Tilling
2 weeks ago
Not bad, not great, but it packs pretty early, and gets quite cramped.
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Vladimir Jovanovic
3 months ago
When I first came into DTUT I knew I'm going to like it. I went there on Friday night and first thing I liked is the fact it doesn't look like a bar at all. Vibe here is a mixture of a coffee shop, a bier garden (with lack of craft beers selection at 4 only, but bottled and caned beer selection is great) and a bar. It actually is a coffee/bakery spot during the day and a bar at night. It's spacious and has bunch of community tables, so if you're looking for a place to go with a group, this is a great spot. It's also laid back and funky. There is somewhat isolated lounge area with couches and a projector that screens videos without sound. Interior is great with high ceilings and a lot of light bulbs hanging down on random places on a piece of wire, Brooklyn loft style. Whole vibe is pretty much like you're visiting a friend who has a lot of cool items and books on his shelf. Staff is just great. Professionally friendly just to a perfect amount. It's not opened late like other bars, so on a weekend this might be that perfect spot for warming up.
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Albert Oeswadi
4 months ago
Really comfortable place to chill at the end of the day, chat with friends, read a book. Nice and comfy couches, surrounded by artwork. There is a bar in the back, serving regular alcohol and great selections of craft beers. Very friendly bartenders and baristas.
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Laura McMillan
5 months ago
Adore this place both morning & night. Macchiato & pc to start the day.. Glass of wine or craft beer & fondue to end it
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Karen Stephens
10 months ago
Holy crap! It's Central Perk in real life! After a wasted trip crosstown, I needed something to eat and some hard liquor on this dreary, drizzly day. This was almost the perfect incarnation of a coffee shop/bar. It fully looked the part. Problem was that there were too many things that took away from it's potential. The lack of Wi-Fi (I know, right?!?) and that they had run out of most of the sandwiches before 4 PM really didn't help matters. The lack of Wi-Fi gave me the incentive to finally use my free Personal Hotspot. Man, I'm diggin' T-Mobile more and more. So I really wasn't put out by it, though I could see how this would make someone view it as a tragic waste of all those comfy couches and that perfect cubby hole counter at the window. Not everyone is traveling with an entourage, or is carrying a physical book with them wherever they go. The trends have changed. Sorry if I'm not ironically analog. Some people just want to get out of their small no cable having apartment for a few hours even if they are alone. Especially if they are alone. I've seen other establishments incentivize their Wi-Fi by putting an hour cap on the password printed out on the receipt. That insures people buy stuff, so no need for the signage at the register pleading customers to buy something every hour. I don't know if the owner is unaware or intentionally being a Luddite. With the iPad point of sale... I'm guessing the latter. I ordered the Gaelic Punch and the Salami and Cheese. My other choice was a Lentil sandwich. Yeah... not really a choice. The Gaelic Punch is the second lemony hot toddy type drink I've had in as many weeks. I enjoyed it very much. It was pricey, but so perfect for the crap weather, I had two. Can't get sick with hot lemon and cinnamon! I'm vacillating between giving DTUT 3 or 4 stars because of two things... One, the screaming toddlers. If you come before 5 pm, you need a higher tolerance for "precocious" children than I have. Learning the Indoor Voice is an important life skill, okay? Your screeching toddler is not precious. Second, for something directly within DTUT's control... that Salami sandwich. I wasn't a fan. The bread was too hard. The pickled pepper was a nice tangy touch, but there was hardly any salami to play it off of. But the plethora of shabby chic couches... I'm torn. I'm willing to give it another go if I'm on the eastside in the future. If I can get a better sandwich, I'll upgrade my review.
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