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Grace Street

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Grace Street is a big, open, comfortable coffee and tea house in Koreatown that caters to a young, hip, mostly Asian crowd. There are relaxed seating arrangements, making it good for groups, casual dates or just tapping away on your laptop. Pearl milk tea and cappuccino are made with precision, but no one should pass up on dessert. The cinnamon-tinged ho-dduk is a Korean-style doughnut enclosing melted brown sugar and walnuts, served piping hot (the temperature can be mitigated with a scoop of locally made vanilla ice cream). Shaved snow—airy ribbons of frosty goodness, available in various exotic flavors—is another must-have indulgence.

17 W. 32nd St.
Manhattan, NY 10001
  Hours: Mon.–Wed., 7am–11:30pm; Thurs.–Fri., 7am–12:30am; Sat., 9am–12:30am; Sun., 9am–11:30pm


Cuisine
Coffeehouse
Dessert
Korean
Miscellaneous
Kid Friendly
Payment Types
Credit Cards Accepted
Price
$
Services
Catering

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