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Coco & Cru

Restaurants, Cafés
4 out of 5 stars
(1user review)
Coco & Cru

Time Out says

Australian café culture, all laid-back ease and microfoam flat whites, has been permeating NYC for the past two years, with breezy, buzzy openings like Two Hands and Little Collins following the early trendsetters Toby’s Estate and Bluestone Lane. Joining the growing niche is this Aussie-helmed Noho spot from Cory Lee, Perry Rahbar, Shane Covey and Adam Elzer (Edwin & Neal’s Fish Bar, Upstate Craft Beer & Oyster Bar). At the white-tiled eatery—fitted with chalkboard-painted walls and mixed-wood two tops—find health-minded, all-day plates like green bowls with ancient grains, a grass-fed beef burger topped with beets and pineapple, and the ubiquitous avocado toast, served here with smoked mozzarella and pumpkin seeds. Drink options also boast fun-loving down-under influence: fresh-pressed juices come spiked (pineapple with Contratto fernet), as does the house cold brew (Kahlúa or Fidencio mescal). 



Address: 643 Broadway
New York
Cross street: between Bleecker and Bond Sts
Price: Average sandwich: $15
Opening hours: Daily 8am–7pm
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4 out of 5 stars
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I came for brunch with a friend and was pleasantly surprised. It's very bright and sleek inside - feels very new. I had no clue it was an Australian-style cafe but whatever that means, I'm cool with it. I got the green savory bowl and it was really good! I don't know if I would come back but not really sure why - I guess there just seems to be a lot of these types of easy simple breakfast/brunch places around.