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New Manhattan Cafes Reviews?

Barbara K. May 18, 2004 10:35 AM

Among the more fairly recent Manhattan cafe/restaurant advertisements I've seen, are for: "Piece of Cake Bakery & Cafe", "Kaffit", "A Baguette Bar", "EEE's Bakery & Cafe". There is also Jeffrey Nathan's cafe at the Jewish Heritage Museum (I don't know what it's called.)
Would anyone who has tried these care to share reviews?
Barbara K.

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    Beerhound May 18, 2004 02:29 PM

    EEE's, isn't really a bakery or a cafe, although it has elements of both. It's more of a very well stocked bagel store, with a salad bar, sandwiches, paninis, fresh pastries, soups, vegan fare (borekas, soy cutlets etc.), and sometimes pasta. There's room to sit but it's not quite what I would call a "cafe" atmosphere. The prices are reasonable, and it's a good place top grab an inexpensive lunch (I usually spend well under $10, drink included).

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    1. re: Beerhound
      Tina May 19, 2004 10:50 AM

      EEE's is good for a quick lunch-- good variety, nothing extraordinary.

      Kaffit, I believe is owned by the same people who own Revaya in Washington Heights.

      1. re: Tina
        Dovid Apr 22, 2007 08:25 AM

        I am always surprised to see non-Jews at EEE's. The half sandwich and soup combo would be less at nearby treyf places. It currently goes for $6.25 (drink extra). Breakfast, on the other hand, is quite competitive.

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