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For an "unfussy" "coffee-shop alternative", try this "quickie" Belgian bakery/cafe chain patronized for its "easy" menus (with "many organic choices") served in "rustic" rooms at "elbow-to-elbow" communal tables; "predictability" and "disorganized" service are a pain, but "inexpensive" tabs and "all-around-town" locations compensate.
Le Pain Quotidien is located in Manhattan and serves Cafe, Vegetarian, Bakery, Sandwiches, and Coffee cuisine. Le Pain Quotidien does not accept advance reservations and can accommodate large groups. Le Pain Quotidien does not offer delivery and offers takeout. With seasonality and weather permitting, Le Pain Quotidien offers outdoor seating.Click to see map »
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