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SoHo »

Basque Eatery Opens in Time to Serve Traditional Easter Treat

Hogar Dulce Hogar on West Broadway serves torrija, a pastry that dates back to the Spanish Civil War.

Bed-Stuy »

Construction Workers Open New Cafe in Bed-Stuy

Kava Shteeble was opened after construction workers noticed a lack of coffee options.

Central Harlem »

Where to Get the Best Hot Chocolate in the City

The city's most famous hot chocolate spots and a few newcomers to add to your list.

Midtown »

Au Bon Pain Blocks Gay and Abortion Sites on Wi-Fi Network

Au Bon Pain customers who try to log on to GLAAD or family planning websites are blocked.

Chelsea »

Sex Shop With Its Own Bar and Cafe Opens in Chelsea

Splash Sexy Boutique will sell coffee drinks alongside lingerie.

Lower East Side »

Bakery Called Nibbles to Open in Former Lower East Side Synagogue

The former house of worship will have a modern interior with lime green accents.

Greenpoint »

Coffee Twist on Fashion's Night Out Spotlights Greenpoint Cafes

A coffee crawl will include spoken word, music and even maps of Greenpoint cafes.

Astoria »

Occult-Themed Cafe Brings a Taste of Mystery to Astoria

The House of Mysteries, at 31-01 Vernon Blvd., boasts a voodoo, magic and occult theme.

Flatiron »

Smorgasburg's Bombay Sandwich Co. to Open Cafe in Flatiron

Bombay Sandwich Co. will serve Indian food at its first restaurant in Flatiron starting in mid-November.

Midtown »

Bluestone Lane Brings Aussie Coffee to Midtown and FiDi

The first Bluestone Lane Coffee opened on Third Avenue and a second is coming to Broad Street.

Jamaica »

Queens Library to Get Its First Ever Cafe at Jamaica Branch

The branch on Merrick Boulevard is undergoing the last phase of its multimillion transformation.

Civic Center »

Part of Ceiling Collapses on Customers in Downtown Starbucks

Debris from paneling fell after a worker installing an AC unit above the ceiling lost his footing.

Chelsea »

Chelsea's Paradise Cafe Closes After 20 Years

The cafe was forced to close Wednesday after its landlord doubled the rent, Paradise's owner said.

New York City »

Down Under Cafe Culture Invades New York

Australian-owned cafes are reaching a critical mass across the city.

Clinton Hill »

Health Dept. Finds Roaches at Myrtle Ave. Connecticut Muffin

Health Department inspectors found live roaches at the bakery cafe chain during a recent inspection.

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