Restaurants , Coffee shops Hell's Kitchen
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Hell's Kitchen locals can sip Turkish coffee at this Mediterranean café, which is outfitted with a 100-year-old pressed-tin ceiling and salvaged-wood benches covered with burlap-coffee-bag cushions. The 12-seat spot—whose name translates to "coffee" in Turkish—also offers sweets (baklava, almond cookies), salads and panini, as well as espresso shots pulled from a Nuova Simonelli machine.

Venue name: Kahve
Address: 774 Ninth Ave
New York
Cross street: between 51st and 52nd Sts
Opening hours: Mon-Thu 6:30am-10pm, Fri 6:30am-midnight, Sat 7am-midnight, Sun 8am–11pm
Transport: Subway: C, E to 50th St
Price: Average coffee: $3. AmEx, DC, Disc, MC, V
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Chloe W

Kahve is an awesome place to frequent, but only if you are a die-hard caffeine addict. The coffee will give you exactly the jolt you're looking for, and its bold taste will either have you running to Starbucks or begging for more.  Kahve's coffee is bold and can't be masked by syrups, sugar, or milk - so visiting Kahve just to try the trendiest coffee / latte variation isn't a great idea.  But, if you love a dark roast paired with a delicious baked good, go to Kahve ASAP.

kara fevzi oglan

Awesome, every thing. Especially wholesome salads, they are healthy meals not just salads. I Congrat. owners. Coffee, gives a run to chain coffe shops. They should learn from these guys


awesome place. love the whole vibe and they are so hospitable!! not to mention they actually have great coffee and the cookies are to die for. make sure you check to see if they have heather feldman's the day you are there~hers are only there sometimes.