Epistrophy

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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.

200 Mott St
Manhattan, NY 10012
  (212) 966-0904


Cuisine
Italian
Dietary Needs
Vegetarian/Vegan
Miscellaneous
Good for Groups
Outdoor Seating
Wine List
Price
$$

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