Wednesday, March 30, 2005

Coffee Shop

Brazilian. Terrible Food. Terrible Service. Cheesy Decor. Good Location. Crazy Prices. I don't like it, do you?

Located at:

29 Union Square West, (at 16th Street)
New York, NY 10003

Phone: 212-243-7969

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Very hot waitresses though, which counteracts all the comments posted. Highly recommended to get a good view and eat at the same time.

Anonymous said...

hmmmmm a "Brazilian" restaurant where no one speaks portuguese....Caipirinhas cost more than a full meal in an actual Brazilian restaurant in Little Brasil Newark. The "Pasteis"...or Brazilian wontons are tiny and come four to an order for the price of a 20 count bag of wontons in chinatown. As for the waitresses...i find it odd how theyre described as "hot" when if they were standing in the middle of an African refugee camp with the exact same figures we'd be airlifting food and water to them.
Ok...maybe some folks do find emaciated attractive...so be it...we're all different...but at least they should be able to form sentences more complex than See Spot Run.

Anonymous said...

With a name like "Coffee Shop"
you'd expect to be served normal diner fare at normal diner prices.
But this is NOT your normal grilled cheese sandwich and regular cup'o'joe kinda place.
Small portions of overpriced food served in a loud atmosphere.

John said...

i don't have anything to comment about this place, never tried, and i've heard the place sucks, but anonymous commenter #3 sounds very familiar to me... lolz