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Caffe Reggio

Caffe Reggio

A historical coffehouse located in Macdougal Street, it was founded in 1927 by Domenico Parisi, who was the first to introduce Italian cappuccino to America. You can still see the original machine after you enter from the bright green facade, just like many celebrities did before you. Pastries like sfogliatelle and cannoli can be coupled with your cup of coffee, while you enjoy the paintings that decorate the walls, one of them made from an artist of the school of Caravaggio.
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Shake Shack

Shake Shack

If you are yearning for a great meal of typical American fast food, this is the place to go. Shake Shack started as a hot dog cart in Madison Square Park in 2001, and, after three years of long lines, they opened their first permanent stand. Today you can find Shake Shack not only at several spots in New York but also in other cities across the US and internationally. Even if they now have more than one stand, be prepared to stand in line – these burgers and hot dogs are still some of the most popular in the city.
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