It doesn’t matter if you wake up late on a Sunday, you still deserve a good coffee. I put on my shades and strolled over to THE- CAFE- Sel Rose. The cafe is amazingly tranquil and the barista was sweet enough to top my cappuccino off with a heart. Everywhere you looked is worth a photo. I love when I see subtle details! I highly recommend trying the vanilla syrup, as stated it was AWESOME and it gave my coffee good depth without being sugary.
I then journeyed on to Baz Bagel, it is a neighborhood bagel shop that has table and lunch counter seating. It is covered with millennial pink, but still an old school vibe- Not sure how long they have been around. They are serving up the traditional Jewish bagel with all accessories. The prices are reasonable you can get eggs any style with a bagel and smear for under $9. I would call ahead for a take-out order, it took well over 15 minutes for my order. I plan on returning for the seat down experience- I liked the fact they weren’t trying to turn over tables.
THE CAFE directions: 1 Delancey Street, NYC
BAZ BAGEL directions: 181 Grande Street, NYC