Photograph: Courtesy Ol'Days
  • Restaurants | Cafés
  • Midtown

OL'DAYS - Farm to Table Midtown

Shayna Freyman

Time Out says

Ol’Days sisters and owners Martina and Juliana Fracchia, along with friend Camilla Basigalup, created the first Ol’ Days café in their home city of Buenos Aires and have since opened locations in New York and Fort Lauderdale. They take diners back to their childhood by infusing their South American roots into many of the menu’s farm-to-table-inspired items.

Whet your appetite with a Golden Arepa or the lemony guacamole with warm pita. Or indulge in a Lomito From My Childhood, a sandwich of tender beef tenderloin, homemade corn mayo and fried eggs. From the creative mocktail menu to the cold-pressed juices and organic bowls, Ol’ Days encourages an “eat well, be well” lifestyle in a warm, aesthetically elevated atmosphere. (Though they also serve alcoholic beverages). Linger for that much-needed catch-up with friends or pop in for a stellar coffee and a brief escape from the daily grind.


3301 NE 1st Ave
Do you own this business?Sign in & claim business
You may also like
You may also like