Whynot Coffee Shop and Art Gallery, Lower East Side, NYC

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Whynot Coffee Shop and Art Gallery, Lower East Side, NYC

While wandering on the Lower East Side shopping, be sure to stop in at the Whynot Coffee Shop and Art Gallery on Orchard Street for a rich cups of Blue Bottle coffee, delicious pastries from Mille-feuille Bakery (552 LaGuardia Place),  free WiFi and friendly personnel.  The gallery will rotate the work shown on the walls, beginning with artist, Jeremy Penn.

If you’re a West Village person, you’re already familiar with the growing coffee shop, as their first location is at 14 Christopher St.

Invited to sample their goodies, I indulged in both coffee and baked goods. They make both regular coffee ($2.5 per cup) and single estate pour over ($4.5) was well as lattes, cappuccino etc with Organic Valley milk. As go-withs, I recommend both the almond ($4) and raspberry-almond ($4.50) croissant, the cinnamon-sugary pain aux raisins ($4.50) and the goat cheese quiche. ($6).

– bonnie

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Whynot Coffee Shop and Art Gallery
Lower East Side
175 Orchard Street
New York, NY 10002
(646) 682-9065

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By |2017-08-31T16:19:15+00:00January 30th, 2014|Food & Drinks, xyz misc|0 Comments

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