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Society Cafe appears to be an undiscovered cafe in Greenwich Village. It is located within a hotel. What makes this cafe unique is that the building is very old and the cafe is a great space from all the noise and bustle of the City....More
Date of visit: February 2020
Vacation67363779776, Other at Society Cafe, responded to this reviewResponded February 19, 2020
Thank you very much for your kind review. We appreciate your feedback, and we hope to be able to host you again in the future!
I had breakfast at Society Cafe as i was in the hotel and I liked the restaurant alot. even though the restaurant does not serve open buffet for breakfast but Ala carte, but the food was so yummy. They were kind enough to replace my...More
Had an excellent brunch with a large party at the society cafe. The restaurant had a great vibe along with awesome food and service. The manager Marie was super helpful with assisting our party with specific food allergies and dietary restrictions. I hope to be...More
Ate dinner here with a friend. Nice service, delicious food, great atmosphere, reasonable prices, and quieter than most Manhattan restaurants. I am definitely coming back! So happy to have found this place.
We were a party of four and stopped in Saturday night after a movie next door.
Lovely space although a bit noisy.
Instead of being served regular bread, we were served piping hot crispy popovers. What a wonderful way to start a meal.
We were staying at the Walker Hotel and the cafe is conveniently located at the lobby level. Live music during happy hours. We had breakfast here one morning. Very quaint setting with an open sky light ceiling over part of the cafe. Food was a...More
We just left the movie house next door and literally fell into this place like a first discovery. It is a hotel upstairsand a cocktail lounge downstairs and in the back a lovely restaurant with window skylight above. Very cozy ambiance
and the luncheon menu...More
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