Café Angelique

Bleecker St & Grove St, New York, NY 10014, USA
Average: 3.5 / 5 stars, based on 2 reviews.
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Nice to see a full range of espresso-based drinks here, but it’s not clear whether they really care about them. My macchiato was on the burnt side.

Otherwise, a nicely situated cafe, with big windows looking out onto the West Village streets, great for people watching.

Friendly staff and quality croissants accompany the Lavazza coffee at this charming West Village café. My doppio (“double espresso” in NYC parlance) was strong and smooth. Milk-based coffee drinks, both hot and cold, do big numbers it seems, but the brain-freeze bonus to look for is the mixed-berry smoothie, which comes in a carafe.

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