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200 Mott St
Manhattan, NY 10012



Music fiends might know "Epistrophy" as the first classic, modern jazz composition (from 1942), by Thelonious Monk and Kenny Clarke. Other cool cats know it as a bohemian café in NoLIta. Ostensibly Italian, it feels more like Paris's Left Bank. A chic and animated coffeehouse, living room and wine-centric bistro all in one, its makeshift kitchen turns out decent salads, panini and pasta. Rustic wood tables are roughly sanded and a sofa by the window invites sprawling. If you're traveling solo, there's a rack of art and fashion magazines to peruse as well as shelves stocked with esoteric books.



  • Good for Groups
  • Outdoor Seating
  • Wine List
  • $$
  • Italian
  • Vegetarian/Vegan


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