Ange Noir Café
A live-music stage is the focal point of this 25-seat Bushwick café, where you can sip Stumptown coffee while listening to local artists. Choose from an assortment of Mediterranean fare (quiche lorraine; a baguette sandwich filled with prosciutto, mozzarella and tomato), plus French pastries, like croissants, madeleines and macarons.
|Venue name:||Ange Noir Café|
247 Varet St
|Cross street:||between Bogart and White Sts|
|Venue phone:||no phone yet|
|Opening hours:||Mon–Fri 7:30am–10pm; Sat, Sun 8:30am–10pm|
|Transport:||Subway: L to Morgan Ave|
|Price:||Average sandwich: $7. Cash only|
Average User Rating
3 / 5
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If I could give one place a negative brown feces laden star it would be here. Thank you for giving YELP another subscriber, because I signed up JUST to hand you your feces.
I HAVE HAD THE MOST TERRIBLE, HORRIFYING AND DISGUSTING EXPERIENCE HERE TONIGHT.
MY fellow co-workers and I WERE loyal customers for the past 2-3 years. As we discovered this place during residency it became the quaint coffee shop with a great atmosphere that we thought we could frequent for as long as it existed.
BUT NEVER AGAIN!!!!!!!!!
Tonight we were asked to leave.
After requesting their wifi password, we were asked if we were going to buy anything. Not more than two minutes later, had a woman with a NASTY attitude and tone approached us.
She begins with," I know you are our customers......."
"...but if you are not going to buy anything, you have to leave."
There were only two other customers in a place that seats about 30 people. Perhaps we did not buy anything....YET, however whats the rush? If you know we are your customers, we frequent the establishment, and it is not busy, why are you going to chase us away for a MEASLY, PETTY $5?
Not only had we already spent MUCH MORE than that in the past, but it was a shoe in that we would continue to spend our money here time and time again in the future.
WTF type of business practice is that?! Ignorance 101?
I've noticed the decline in customers over the years. It use to be a pretty packed place and if tonight was just as packed perhaps we could have understood her BEGGING us to buy something. However, it is clear that we are not welcomed here and left shortly after.
I cannot recommend this place to ANYONE. It's a damn shame that they are so quick to ask customers to leave from and already EMPTY establishment. Perhaps this is why they had to ask us to purchase something, because they can afford to turn customers away.