Berkli Parc Cafe

Restaurants, Cafés Lower East Side
5 out of 5 stars
(11user reviews)
This sleek wood-paneled café offers the usual casual fare—sandwiches, soups, salads and pastries—with a focus on organic, local farms. Roast beef and turkey will be made in house, and coffee from New York roaster Dallis will also be available.


Venue name: Berkli Parc Cafe
Address: 63 Delancey St
New York
Cross street: at Allen St
Opening hours: Mon-Sat 8am-6pm
Transport: Subway: J, Z, M to Delancey–Essex Sts; F to Delancey St
Price: Average main course: $9. AmEx, Disc, MC, V
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Average User Rating

4.9 / 5

Rating Breakdown

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Great vibe, great food, and the wifi is as strong as the espresso. Plus the manager Leo, is on of the most congenial hosts in the LES.

Service conscious and friendly! Great housemade menu with fresh, big-portioned food. And a comfortable place to be.

Mark and Leo are the best! Killer beers and great sandwiches / salads. What's not to love? Tough to find great spots that you can do work at, watch a game, and grab a beer. Or sangria if you're feeling...adventurous :D

Cafe by day, bar by night. Always a chill vibe. Love the food, and the people are great.

Great customer service. Food is delicious! So many options. Great atmosphere.

I absolutely love the fact that it has a Cali vibe with great food, happy hour and house specialty cafe drinks .?

Great place to meet friends for lunch or get work done on your break. Food Is delicious!! Awesome wines by the glass and friendly staff as well.


I quite literally stumbled into this place by accident and am so grateful that I did.  Currently, Berkli Parc is hidden by various scaffolding, but it's worth going inside to its woodsy interior so you can have a really good giant sandwich for a reasonable price.  (Also - those potato wedges? YUM.) The happy hour deals are good as well and Berkli Parc also serves flavored lattes from day to night. As somebody who is always looking for a new place to eat before going out in the LES, I would definitely recommend this place as a stop on a larger night out.

I just discovered this place and now I am in love with it! It doesn't look particularly inviting from the outside but inside it is super cute and cozy. If you go in the afternoon, you'll see people spread out, quietly working with giant glasses of wine or pints of beer beside them (and sometimes coffee too) - along with a great atmosphere, they have an awesome happy hour deal. Plus the staff was super friendly and accommodating and the salad I ate was delicious! I live in Brooklyn, but if I am ever in Manhattan in the future and need to go somewhere and get some work done (with wine), this will definitely be my new go to spot !