NYC Field Trip – Abraço

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So Neil & I headed to New Yorkest Newest Great Coffeeshop. Back when James from Bluebottle was in town, we headed to visit his friend’s build-out, and now a few months later, it us up and running! It’s a cute little hole-in the wall at the corner of 1st Avenue and 7th street, and the coffee packs a punch. I had a gibraltar made with fresh, home-made almond milk. And dang was it tasty. Neil played it safe with a regular-milk macchiato, but I kind of think he was jealous.
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So New Yorkers, you know what it’s time to do… Go check it out! Thanks for adding one more little place for great coffee, Jamie!
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~ by Anne on November 3, 2007.

5 Responses to “NYC Field Trip – Abraço”

  1. Holy cow, look at how beautiful that place is! I smell Saturday-afternoon field trip!

  2. I know! I love this place. You should have a sandwich, too. I’m thinking of writing another post just for the food.

  3. […] know we’ve talked about Abraço a couple of times before, but this time I wanted to mention the food, which is, um, really good. […]

  4. Thoroughly enjoyed the article. I’m a kiwi relatively new to NYC. Am starting to visit a few of the NYC cafes as well as developing my knowledge/skills at home. Just bought a Silvia and Mazz. mini. Fun times.

  5. We need a mazzer to go with our new espresso machine. Though we need portafilters first.

    Welcome to New York! Make sure you don’t miss the new gimme, and there’s a new shop opening imminently in Williamsburg which promises to be amazing.

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