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Cafe Americano, an All-Day Restaurant From the Martignetti Brothers, Opens on the UES

A new all day cafe / cocktail bar opens on the Upper East Side

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Here is a look around Cafe Americano, the new cafe by day, cocktail bar by night from brothers Tom and Anthony Martignetti (The East Pole, Brinkley’s Broome Street, Pizza Beach). During the day the menu offers a selection of pastries, salads, and panini, with a nod to healthier eating. The menu was crafted by chef Joseph Capozzi, who helms the kitchen at The East Pole. At night the lights will dim and Cafe Americano will morph into a cocktails bar with a focus on spritzs and negronis. There are also bar snacks including oysters and crostino. Take a look at the space and menus below, and if you stop by do let us know what you think.

Cafe Americano Day by Nick Solares on Scribd

Cafe Americano Evening by Nick Solares on Scribd

Cafe Americano

964 Lexington Ave, New York, NY 10021, USA

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