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Abraco



86 East 7th Street
New York, NY 10003

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(212) 388-9731

Hours

  • Monday: Closed
  • Tuesday: 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
  • Wednesday: 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
  • Thursday: 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
  • Friday: 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
  • Saturday: 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
  • Sunday: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm

Cuisine: American Restaurants, Coffee and Tea


4.8 of 5.0 from 217 reviews


price range:$11 to $25

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Abraco Reviews

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  • Shanon L.Some of the best coffee and my favorite espresso (each is between a double & triple) in the very competitive EV coffee market. I alway get a "shot and a drip to go".

    55555 by Shanon L.


  • Ashley JAbsolutely love the coffee here, as well as their cured olive oil biscuit. Food sells out quickly so come here before the afternoon slump crowd. A number of tables for people to sit and chat.

    55555 by Ashley J


  • Bradley KTiny European-style espresso bar with room to take your drink outside. Few baristas, so a high average quality. Aims for more Italian style, richer espresso rather than third-wave brighter shots.

    55555 by Bradley K


  • Guest of a GuestWhile the coffee at Abraço is certainly worth remarking on, you won't be able to leave without shoving some of their savory and sweet snacks in your face.

    55555 by Guest of a Guest


  • Matthew EDelicious coffee!

    55555 by Matthew E


  • Hannah AbdulBest hot chocolate!

    55555 by Hannah Abdul


  • Eric PStrong, tangy espresso with a good foam

    55555 by Eric P


  • Shanna KNew location, but same great flavors. Must have a pour over + olive oil cake!

    55555 by Shanna K


  • Noah W.A damn good cortado

    55555 by Noah W.


  • Bappers BExcellent coffee! Try the cortado. It's a real "analogue" place as no laptops are allowed.

    55555 by Bappers B


  • DoubleDeuceLots of local charm to this place. Not much room to linger, most customers wait outside when it's busy. Definitely worth a stop if you're nearby.

    55555 by DoubleDeuce


  • Morgan LStanding room only hole in the wall coffee shop serves arguably the best cortado in NYC.

    55555 by Morgan L


  • Coffee 'N Clothes NStrongest coffee in NYC.

    55555 by Coffee 'N Clothes N


  • Ben M.They just moved across the road. The space is huge, but the coffee is as delicious and comforting as before.

    55555 by Ben M.


  • PureWowRemember the awesome Toddy Cold Brew system? It’s making delicious brews at this East Village coffee haven, too.

    55555 by PureWow


  • Cristina S.When I finally make it here I will have the black sesame pound cake ASO Cooking Channel!

    55555 by Cristina S.


  • Geoffrey CLil eggie and a cortado is the way to go

    55555 by Geoffrey C


  • Melissa LIced coffee is so good!

    55555 by Melissa L


  • Louis SThis place is 2nd to none as far as coffee shops in NYC go.

    55555 by Louis S


  • Sydney JNo dairy free milk :(

    55555 by Sydney J


  • Andrés REspresso & people

    55555 by Andrés R


  • Cicy dMmmm cortado. Cash only, get yours to go

    55555 by Cicy d


  • Dick de LeeuwThey served one of the best cappuccino's I had in NYC.

    55555 by Dick de Leeuw


  • Lane R.It took ten minutes to get my espresso. I think this place is more about seeing and being seen and standing on sidewalks than about coffee. The olive oil cake was freaking amazing.

    33333 by Lane R.


  • Michelle W.Best coffee in NYC hands down

    55555 by Michelle W.


  • Adrien AlbertAbraco.. or how to pack the whole East Village in one tiny coffee spot! Best coffee, great homemade treats, no electronic devices

    55555 by Adrien Albert


  • Phil KatzExpertly pulled espresso and the best olive oil cake in the city. Don't expect to sit and linger, though; there's almost no counter space.

    55555 by Phil Katz


  • Zack Clatte is fire 🔥🔥🔥

    55555 by Zack C


  • Mark SBest coffee near Cooper Union. It was always worth the hike.

    55555 by Mark S


  • Allin G.The best and I mean the best coffee spot you will find in NYC. I've been to many coffee places in the city and none compare. Try it you'll be addicted☕️☕️☕️

    55555 by Allin G.


  • Anna J.Lattes and cured olive oil cookies are heavenly. Even their cortado and buckwheat cake are amazing.

    55555 by Anna J.


  • Harry R.Iced coffee is strong and delicious.

    55555 by Harry R.


  • Brandon DOlive oil cake is light and fluffy. Perfect for a small snack!

    55555 by Brandon D


  • Desmond FooOlive Oil Cake.

    55555 by Desmond Foo


  • LjubicaCan't get a better coffee and people watching than standing here at the bar table outside of the shop.

    33333 by Ljubica


  • Curtis S.Tiny beatnik style coffee shop.

    55555 by Curtis S.


  • Henry ZExcellent pour over

    55555 by Henry Z


  • Rosanna MBEST coffee in New York. Had a cortado, which was so heavenly thick and perfectly balanced. Plus the honey cornbread is epic with the absolute amount of saltness and sweetness.

    55555 by Rosanna M


  • Lizzy B.Nice barista. Cash only. Come for the anthora.

    33333 by Lizzy B.


  • Noppanit CharassinvichaiLike the best espresso so far.

    55555 by Noppanit Charassinvichai


  • Simon LeungLittle coffee shop that seems to outdo all the rest. Best coffee in Manhattan.

    55555 by Simon Leung


  • Soeun MBest cortado in the city. Also the olive oil cake is awesome😘

    55555 by Soeun M


  • David G.Get their Cortado

    55555 by David G.


  • Ranu R.Neighborhood spot that never disappoints. Cold brew and cortado are great. Try the olive oil cake or frittata too.

    55555 by Ranu R.


  • Raphael LangenscheidtThe coffee is as strong as a kick in the face, and the olive cake is the delicious apology that makes everything ok.

    55555 by Raphael Langenscheidt


  • HashtagNYUFull of character a wide variety of cold options; great for summer!

    55555 by HashtagNYU


  • Madison LThe coffee here is the best in the city

    55555 by Madison L


  • Nate B.One of the best little coffee stops I've found in the city. Standing room only.

    55555 by Nate B.


  • Santi AGet a cortado and get here early to beat the rush. It's always busy in the morning

    55555 by Santi A


  • Elizabeth WCortado and orange blossom cake for the win.

    55555 by Elizabeth W


  • Lauren D.Why do no other tips mention the ICED COFFEE? It's great!

    55555 by Lauren D.


  • Patrick V.Cortado and a pastry to start the day

    55555 by Patrick V.


  • Adrien AlbertThe homemade pastries change almost every day, one more reason to come back!

    55555 by Adrien Albert


  • Kevin NgOlive oil cake and Cortado :)

    55555 by Kevin Ng


  • will w.One word: cortado!!!

    55555 by will w.


  • Vaughan RouesnelPerfect espresso

    55555 by Vaughan Rouesnel


  • Jackie RussoI ordered a loaf of the olive oil cake 24 hours in advance, and it was ready for me without any problems!

    33333 by Jackie Russo


  • Patrick BaskinCoffee is so damn good here, small and pricey but worth it if you're looking for some damn good stuff

    55555 by Patrick Baskin


  • Lynn Marie F.The olive oil cake is absolutely delicious!

    55555 by Lynn Marie F.


  • Julian M.DIP THE OLIVE OIL POUND CAKE INTO THE CORTADO

    55555 by Julian M.


  • Maddy LachmannCash only tho

    55555 by Maddy Lachmann


  • Maddy LachmannAlso amazing prices

    55555 by Maddy Lachmann


  • ZubinNo to go lids for espresso drinks and No sugar substitutes

    33333 by Zubin


  • Kathryn C.The olive oil cake is a MUST. So delicious. 😍

    55555 by Kathryn C.


  • Stephanie IsaacsonThey only have whole milk. No soy or almond milk options

    55555 by Stephanie Isaacson


  • Cristina Ramirez Nietoone of the top espressos in the city.

    55555 by Cristina Ramirez Nieto


  • Kimberley S.Rose almond coffee has a nice flavor

    55555 by Kimberley S.


  • Kimberley S.Make sure to get a cafe cortado

    55555 by Kimberley S.


  • Анна ИвановаThis place continually serves quality espresso, delicious lattes, and has unique olive oil delicacies such as the olive oil cake.

    55555 by Анна Иванова


  • John McNallyHole in the wall coffee shop, had a rich tasty americano with an epic crema 😁

    55555 by John McNally


  • Kris C.Really good latte. Get one of their cakes while drinking your coffee.

    55555 by Kris C.


  • Cara AThe olive biscotti is weird and wonderful

    55555 by Cara A


  • Alexandra NCortado and olive oil cake are both out of this world! I may travel across the city every day just to get my fix!

    55555 by Alexandra N


  • Tasting TableThis tiny Portuguese espresso bar brews up a benny ($3.25)—a hybrid coffee drink similar to a cortado that's served in a tiny mug. The coffee is killer.

    55555 by Tasting Table


  • Chet M.One of the best espresso spots in the city. Walk up only really. Grab and go at this East Village must-visit.

    55555 by Chet M.


  • wuwumiCortado is delicious but strong. Standing room only.

    55555 by wuwumi


  • Erika GrijalvaThe cortado is the thing to order. A smooth and balanced flavor.

    55555 by Erika Grijalva


  • Betül YILDIZ 🌴I love strong coffees! But this is too strong for me! More than Coffee Birch's. Just think how strong taste they have.

    55555 by Betül YILDIZ 🌴


  • Nate DietzTHE BEST coffee place in NYC. No joke. The lil eggies are awesome too!

    55555 by Nate Dietz


  • ayeen c.the best cappuccino i had since italy. i wish we have this in philadelphia. the cortado reminds me of coffee in turkey. i love it with a few spoonful of sugar.

    55555 by ayeen c.


  • ShahDamn good (and strong!) coffee to go. Beware, they are closed on Mondays.

    55555 by Shah


  • Andrew A.Great espresso! It translates well to an iced Americano any day of the week!

    55555 by Andrew A.


  • Nick GCortado. Olive oil cake.

    55555 by Nick G


  • Clara BayarriCute small place, their cortado is really good

    55555 by Clara Bayarri


  • TV Food MapsCheck out Abraco as seen on Unique Sweets

    55555 by TV Food Maps


  • Chefs FeedSara Jenkins, chef of Porchetta, eats here on her nights off. She loves the Daily sandwich.

    55555 by Chefs Feed


  • Margo M.Best latte in nyc

    55555 by Margo M.


  • Dan MMuch friendlier staff than Ninth Street

    55555 by Dan M


  • Ethan C.Strong and edgy espresso drinks. No seats. Served in the classic greek coffee paper cup.

    55555 by Ethan C.


  • Ashley Rose S.Latte&olive oil cake.

    55555 by Ashley Rose S.


  • Chris CCortado, iced latte, and an olive oil cake. Good day.

    55555 by Chris C


  • @thirstynycOlive cake & cappuccino ... Cash only

    55555 by @thirstynyc


  • Dylan S.The coffee isn't spectacular, but it's worth visiting for the olive oil cake alone.

    55555 by Dylan S.


  • Christie H.Can't say that the coffee was worth the cold wait outside

    33333 by Christie H.


  • Amy L.Don't leave without something to eat—everything is freshly baked in-house. Care for some olive oil cake?

    55555 by Amy L.


  • Michael J.That was my spot for amazing coffee!

    55555 by Michael J.


  • Elysia M.Cured olive cookie is better than my dreams could have thought up.

    55555 by Elysia M.


  • Chris C.This is the place most people think about when they think on East Village coffee shops. Try the 'lil eggie' if you are there in the morning.

    55555 by Chris C.


  • New York D.Have a nice almond cookie and coffee outside with Fido

    55555 by New York D.


  • SassConfCoffee aficionados do yourself a favor and stop here.

    55555 by SassConf


  • Zayed K.Cappuccino has deep, rich, complex flavour profile. Don't ruin it with more than a hint of sugar.

    55555 by Zayed K.


  • Felipe I.Yowza! Hands down to the best iced coffee in the city! Tiny but friendly spot.

    55555 by Felipe I.


  • Valerie S.Cherry, berry + lots of peach flavor combine in an offbeat brew of Ethiopia Kochere drip coffee. The Counter Culture brew finishes on a cocoa note.

    55555 by Valerie S.


  • Stephanie K.These guys have attitude- take your business to la colombe, where they're nicer and the coffee tastes just as good if not better.

    55555 by Stephanie K.


  • Courtney T.Olive oil cake. What else?!

    55555 by Courtney T.


  • The Corcoran GroupOrder a latte with a slice of the amazing olive oil cake - you won't regret it. Definitely our favorite place to grab coffee in the East Village.

    55555 by The Corcoran Group


  • Taishi F.Try the Pour Over Drip Coffee (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Taishi F.


  • Andrew J.Cracking espresso

    55555 by Andrew J.


  • Libby B.Abraço means hug in Portuguese. <3

    55555 by Libby B.


  • Douglas W.Good coffee, but not worth breaking a bill for (they don't accept credit cards). Go to Belota on 6th instead.

    33333 by Douglas W.


  • Babeboom {.It's definitely a grab-and-go place.One of the best coffee shop in East Village. Espresso is smooth, rich and well-bodied. Delicious olive oil cake.

    55555 by Babeboom {.


  • Stefanie S.Wonderful little coffee shop with the best cortados :)

    55555 by Stefanie S.


  • Erik P.Best drip coffee in the East Village

    55555 by Erik P.


  • Matt H.This place is all about coffee indulgence. For example, they don't have skim milk and the word "abraço" is Portuguese for hug. So, get a rich cup of anything and share it with someone huggable.

    55555 by Matt H.


  • Anh T.Pours one of the best cortados in the city.

    55555 by Anh T.


  • Camilla C.probably the best cappuccino in the city

    55555 by Camilla C.


  • Cora L.Unbelievable pastries baked in-house

    55555 by Cora L.


  • Dilly M.Cortado. Olive oil cake. Closed on Mondays. Better when Jamie is there.

    55555 by Dilly M.


  • Sean W.Stumptown coffee and a slice of their delicious olive oil cake makes my day !

    55555 by Sean W.


  • Long C.Other places will claim to have the best coffee in the city but don't be fooled- this is the best coffee in the city.

    55555 by Long C.


  • Serious EatsPair an olive shortbread cookie with a cortado's perfect espresso-milk balance and enjoy at the sidewalk standing bar.

    55555 by Serious Eats


  • Harry G.pain au chocolat rocked my world

    55555 by Harry G.


  • Lulu P.You will not regret the cortado. But just a heads up the place is small and packed, only whole milk and cash

    55555 by Lulu P.


  • Clay N.Small space, great coffee. Not the place to meet a friend or do work. However it is the place to get a perfectly dialed in espresso.

    55555 by Clay N.


  • Matt M.Cortado + cured olive cookie = perfect combination of flavors.

    55555 by Matt M.


  • Youngna P.Get a slice of the olive oil cake. Not too sweet, super moist and just divine.

    55555 by Youngna P.


  • Raja E.Standing room only. Don't leave without their olive oil cake (which runs out early)

    33333 by Raja E.


  • Real Cheap EatsMoist and prone to minor crumbling, the olive oil cake ($3) harbors a simple and unassertive flavor, like a more flavorful angel cake

    55555 by Real Cheap Eats


  • Jake S.The best coffee I've had in the city. A number of my friends (and I) are now addicts!

    55555 by Jake S.


  • Aline N.Try the cappuccino! Great!

    55555 by Aline N.


  • 7th.ListIn this cramped space, baristas turn out some of the city’s best cappuccinos and drip coffee...try this in the morning, just before work.

    55555 by 7th.List


  • Ken B.Feels like East Vill version of Montauk's Ditch Witch.

    55555 by Ken B.


  • Alex P.everything is amazing

    55555 by Alex P.


  • BonobosBest coffee in NYC! The olive oil cake is a must try as well.

    55555 by Bonobos


  • Jacob d.Perfect cortado. Great quick lunch -trios of small plates. Plush ricotta fritters and shortbread flavored with cured olive oil are the most distinctive of the creative house-baked goods.

    55555 by Jacob d.


  • Ron G.Their cold brew iced coffee is the strongest I've ever had, but as a cold brew not bitter at all.

    55555 by Ron G.


  • Meghan M.Totally lives up to the hype. Delicious. Oh, and don't ask for skim milk, they don't have it.

    55555 by Meghan M.


  • Adrianne B.Best espresso in the city. Not bitter at all!

    55555 by Adrianne B.


  • Leeza H.The best coffee in the entire city. Yes.

    55555 by Leeza H.


  • Julia K.Olive oil cake is totally overrated. It's just pound cake!!!

    33333 by Julia K.


  • Xande M.Jamie is the best!

    55555 by Xande M.


  • EvanSome of my favorite coffee in the city. The Black Olive Shortbread and Olive Oil Cake keep me coming back.

    55555 by Evan


  • Sarah N.Walk-up stand.

    55555 by Sarah N.


  • Matthew B.PLEASE stop the closing at 4 insanity! I'm going I need medical attention for withdrawal pretty soon.

    33333 by Matthew B.


  • Chase R.A simple, well made espresso served by hippies with a slightly greater grasp on reality than most. An EVil must!

    55555 by Chase R.


  • JCOnce again another great latte abraco being a small being a small coffee shop can suprize you with their latte and cappuccino great coffee !

    55555 by JC


  • Nestor B.The new girl is hot. Finally not a sausage fest behind the counter anymore.

    33333 by Nestor B.


  • Mattan I.Incredible ice coffee that really stands out from other places, but add the sugar yourself if you don't like it too sweet.

    55555 by Mattan I.


  • Greg 👟 T.Best way to know what the weather is in NYC - go to Abraco, get a coffee/latte/cortado. If Coltrane is playing, it's rainy outside.

    55555 by Greg 👟 T.


  • Laurent B.Try the espresso

    55555 by Laurent B.


  • Campbell K.Best coffee in the East Village. Willing to fight over this.

    55555 by Campbell K.


  • Nathan W.Get the olive oil cake!

    33333 by Nathan W.


  • Emma B.European style coffee shop. No seating, small portions, strong (amazing) coffee. Quality > quantity. Also, the baristas are super nice.

    55555 by Emma B.


  • Christopher L.Oh my god. Pomegranate glazed doughnut with pistachios.

    55555 by Christopher L.


  • Laurent B.The expresso is awesome, one of the best in NYC

    55555 by Laurent B.


  • Jeanette W.Definitely one of the smallest, most serious espresso bars of the city. There's barely enough standing room for five people, but their cappuccino and macchiato is legendary. It's out of this world.

    55555 by Jeanette W.


  • Daniel C.Best coffee is found here.

    55555 by Daniel C.


  • Netta K.They recently extended their opening hours to 6pm.

    55555 by Netta K.


  • Amy L.Drip/pourover never disappoints if you don't want espresso. So smooth - favorite cup in the area.

    55555 by Amy L.


  • Geoff K.Coffee 6.2: This small no table hole in the wall espresso bar in the East Village serves the best coffee in Manhattan. Their olive oil cake is pretty good too.

    55555 by Geoff K.


  • Joe D.If you're there in the morning before they run out, Get an Eggie, dammit!

    33333 by Joe D.


  • Max B.phenomenal latte

    55555 by Max B.


  • Adrienne S.Best coffee hands down. (4 of 4 petals via Fondu)

    55555 by Adrienne S.


  • Tina W.Tiny and literally a coffee bar, Jamie (proprietor & head barista) cranks out fantastic espresso & coffee drinks. For a snack, must get the cured olive cookie.

    55555 by Tina W.


  • David LTalk to the owner- he knows his stuff and is real friendly

    55555 by David L


  • Laila A.Amazing iced americanos.

    55555 by Laila A.


  • Gansevoort Hotel GroupBest Ricotta Fritters!!

    55555 by Gansevoort Hotel Group


  • James B.Best coffee in NYC. Can't live without it.

    55555 by James B.


  • Kevin S.One of my favorite stops. A hole-in-the-wall espresso joint that serves killer espresso drinks & delicious olive oil cake. Not open late, and nowhere to sit, but its everything you want in coffee.

    55555 by Kevin S.


  • Christen D.Have your coffee in the window and people watch

    33333 by Christen D.


  • Niel B.The trick to checking in at Abraço is not to be seen checking in at Abraço.

    33333 by Niel B.


  • sarah l.only have one type of milk and its not skim! lots of homemade goodies that change everyday. if you want the fritatta get there bright and early

    55555 by sarah l.


  • Nader K.Watch true East Village Walking by while having excellent coffee.

    55555 by Nader K.


  • Daniel L.The eggie brioche sandwiches always change, are always fresh & organic. Olive cookie's salt goes perfectly w/ coffee any time.

    55555 by Daniel L.


  • Natasha JGo with small group, as always lines. Absoulte fav in East Village

    55555 by Natasha J


  • Kellan E.Ask for Jamie.

    55555 by Kellan E.


  • Sam S.Quite simply the best coffee in New York. As if that is not enough, it is served in "We Are Here to Serve You" cups.

    55555 by Sam S.


  • Carmen d.Tiny. Very, very tiny. But great coffee and excellent service!

    55555 by Carmen d.


  • The Local East VillageChristina Tosi calls it the best coffee in the East Village. "I don't care how long the line is. It's worth it every time." Try the olive oil cake too!

    55555 by The Local East Village


  • Max S.Be forwarned: This stuff is strong! Left me feeling caffinated for hours. I guess that could good or bad depending on your preference.

    55555 by Max S.


  • Eugene T.Try the iced coffee light & sweet - normally don't like anything in my coffee, but Abraco does it PERFECTLY. Best iced coffee I've ever had in my life.

    55555 by Eugene T.


  • Dan M.The best coffee I've had in NYC. Seriously.

    55555 by Dan M.


  • Carl bDon't let the crowd put you off, the wait won't be too long, and it's worth it.

    33333 by Carl b


  • Thompson HotelsOur concierge Meghan at The Thompson LES recommends the black olive cured cookie. The saltiness of the cookie paired with coffee is transcendent.

    55555 by Thompson Hotels


  • Vincent Y.Olive oil cake...best in town

    55555 by Vincent Y.


  • Brandon C.Cortado + olive oil cake. Bliss.

    55555 by Brandon C.


  • dave c.the weather has turned, time to grab a delicious iced coffee for a cool pick-me-up from this tiny local favorite.

    55555 by dave c.


  • ALTAF G.We should struggle for removal of illiteracy

    22222 by ALTAF G.


  • Food & WineBlue Bottle Café alum Jamie McCormick's little storefront doesn't have any tables—but expect long lines out the door.

    55555 by Food & Wine


  • Maria Grazia dOlive oil cake with macciato......ummm

    55555 by Maria Grazia d


  • Emma S.Best coffee in the world. Buckwheat scones are dope.

    55555 by Emma S.


  • Lauryn GoldbergStrong drinks and olive oil bread!

    55555 by Lauryn Goldberg


  • Jim M.This place makes Blue Bottle look like Starbucks

    55555 by Jim M.


  • ted hudsonGreat coffee and delicious sammiches.

    55555 by ted hudson


  • Anastassia bThe olive oil cake is great, and so are the lattes, but how about the pain perdu? Not soggy, at all.

    55555 by Anastassia b


  • dave c.top notch lattes and brazilian music to soothe your soul

    55555 by dave c.


  • Sean F.Get a latte and a slice of olive oil cake. Sip and rejoice evermore outside.

    55555 by Sean F.


  • Andrew DUnfortunately, they're not as consistent as they once were, kinda falling-off a bit if you ask me. I wish it weren't so, but it's true, just decent and not mindblowing anymore.

    33333 by Andrew D


  • The Spark GroupTiny- but has some of the best coffee we've tried in nyc. Great selection of baked goods.

    55555 by The Spark Group


  • MazdaThis place continually serves quality espresso, delicious lattes, and has unique olive oil delicacies such as the olive oil cake.

    55555 by Mazda


  • BravoThis is where you go for some serious coffee. -Eric Wolitzky, Top Chef Just Desserts

    55555 by Bravo


  • Ash F.Olive cookies!

    55555 by Ash F.


  • BrianDate #15, Yurimi: Best coffee I've ever had in my life, including Seattle. Just be aware: they hold European business hours—get there before the sun starts setting!

    55555 by Brian


  • Robert S.Definitely not closed, very much open. Closed mondays, open otherwise; 8-4 weekdays, 9-3 weekends.

    55555 by Robert S.


  • Matt L.The fritatta is one of the best things I've ever eaten. It comes out at 8am so time your visit accordingly.

    55555 by Matt L.


  • JDJ AFuck! - no decaf! It's a cute place though

    33333 by JDJ A


  • Persia T.Lattes

    55555 by Persia T.


  • Shelley L.It's not on the menu, but Jaime makes the best flat white outside of ANZ!

    55555 by Shelley L.


  • Find. Eat. Drink.Squeeze into the tiny space, order a cortado, and enjoy it standing on the street outside.

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  • bomboniaJamie

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  • bomboniaTry The cured olive cookie

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  • Hila R.go to abraco. make it a point to order your favorite coffee to stay- i recommend machiatto or their iced coffee coupled with the panini special of the day or olive oil cake!

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  • rik p.nicest barista in the city, and perhaps best coffee.

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  • Yana ithe olive cured cookie is overrated

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  • Danny W.grab a latté and a slice of the olive oil cake and you're good to go.

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  • Anne G.order a macchiato and a slice of olive oil cake

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  • Kevin S.Go to Abraco for NYC's best latte

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