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Map & Directions 28 Jane St.
New York, NY 10014
  • Coffeehouse, Ice Cream, Sandwiches
  • Daily 7am-8pm
  • All Major Credit Cards
  • Takeout, Delivery, Wheelchair Accessible
  • Breakfast, Dinner, Lunch
  • None
  • Not Accepted
  • No Parking


Village Voice's Description

This West Village coffee house tries to evoke a time when the neighborhood was filled with scrappy young artists instead of millionaires and Marc Jacobs stores. The vibe is thrift store chic, with mismatched tables, a cushy red couch, large pieces of artwork hanging off the brick walls and plenty of leafy houseplants. The crowd is pretty typical for a coffee shop: students leafing through textbooks, indigent freelance writers taking advantage of the free Wi-Fi and small groups of well-dressed locals catching up on each other's lives. The coffee used to make the house drip, espresso, lattes and other drinks are all Fair Trade and ready to be mixed with the organic milk shipped from Evans Farms upstate. The menu also includes organic loose-leaf teas, Murray¹s bagels, blended smoothes and sandwiches like salmon salad served on a baguette and smoked turkey on ciabatta bread.—Keith Wagstaff

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  • Graham J. on 09/28/09

    If you ever find yourself unemployed in the West Village, grab your laptop and head to Grounded. Good music, good coffee, and free wi-fi.

  • Foodspotting on 12/11/10

    The Breakfast Wrap is my favorite dish here. For $4, you get one hot, freshly grilled sausage, egg, and cheese-filled wrap anytime of day. - Amy, head of social media at Foodspotting

  • Fabio Y. on 10/09/10

    Nutella Latte is awesome!

  • Jaunted on 05/14/10

    AMAZING drink choices (hello, black tea rose soy latte) and cute mismatched cafe seating & free wifi

  • Serious Eats on 12/12/12

    Portobello Mushroom & Gorgonzola: Perfectly meaty grilled mushrooms on a crusty, powdery ciabatta. The creamy gorgonzola is sharp enough, but doesn't dominate.

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