119 MacDougal St, New York, NY 100012
Known famously as the first café in the United States to serve cappuccino, Caffe Reggio has become an institution in Greenwich Village since 1927. Iconic due to its backdrop role in movies the Godfather and Serpico, this café is a true taste of nostalgia of the bohemian Greenwich café scene. Sitting among the dimly lit Italian Renaissance artworks, antique marble top tables, ornate iron-backed chairs and carved wooden benches, this truly special atmosphere is great for enjoying a coffee with one of their indulgent Italian pastries, or a yummy pasta, salad or sandwich. The perfect spot for a romantic meal or to take your book and let yourself soak in the historical atmosphere that has previously been enjoyed by the likes of Jack Kerouac and Gregory Corso.