F, J, M, Z at Delancey St.-Essex St.; N, R at 8th St.-NYU
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Canal St. to 5th St., FDR Dr. to Broadway
This venue is closed.
This self-styled hippie café comes across as more Gidget than Grateful Dead, with a squeaky-clean vibe and an American-suburbs menu. The look is seventies by way of the Nickelodeon channel: bright-green walls covered with daisy stencils, a purple counter, Tang-orange tabletops, and plastic chairs. Chipper hits from the sixties and seventies like “Wooly Booly,” “Help Me, Rhonda,” and “I Got You Babe” complete the mood. Breakfast offerings are somewhat limited—egg sandwiches, oatmeal, yogurt muffins, and H&H bagels. There’s more to choose from in the sandwich, soup, and salad lists, with build-it-yourself and combo options. Though the names read “flower power,” the food eschews sprouts and tofu, instead sticking to familiar diner territory. The Woodstock sandwich is a classic roast beef and cheese with horseradish sauce. The Psychedelic salad isn’t made of mushrooms but rather is an antipasto-like plate of pepperoni, salami, cheese, and olives. PB&J, tuna melts, and grilled cheeses satisfy picky kids’ appetites, and coffee refills are free.Recommended Dishes
Revolution salad, $6.95