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Hoping somebody can assist - 5 years ago on my last visit to New York the shuttle from the airport went past an inviting looking café, which I am reasonably sure is either in the Lower East Side or East Village area. From memory it had a few steps leading up to its front door (on left side as facing it) and was lit at night by grand looking chandeliers. It had a late 20th century Viennese café look about it.

On my forthcoming trip I'd love to visit it - does it sound familiar to anyone Thanks in anticipation.

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