Cafe Clementine

Cozy and welcoming, Cafe Clementine is a great choice for a healthier, light lunch. The seating is limited to counter barstools, with a table in the middle of the cafe also available. You can grab a window seat if you find a free one to have a view while you’re enjoying your breakfast or lunch. The menu includes various sandwiches made with fresh ingredients, seasonal soups, and freshly baked goods, including cookies made with Valhrona chocolate.

Cafe Clementine

  • 227 W Broadway, New York, NY 10013, USA

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