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Grace Street

17 W. 32nd St., New York, NY 10001 40.747813 -73.986525
nr. Fifth Ave.  See Map | Subway Directions Hopstop Popup
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  • Cuisine: Coffeehouse, Dessert / Ice Cream Shop, Korean
  • Price Range: $

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Official Website

bygracestreet.com

Hours

Sun-Wed, noon-11pm; Thu, noon-11:30pm; Fri-Sat, noon-12:30am

Nearby Subway Stops

B, D, F, M, N, Q, R at 34th St.-Herald Sq.; 6 at 33rd St.

Prices

$5-$15

Payment Methods

American Express, Discover, MasterCard, Visa

Special Features

  • Great Desserts
  • Kid-Friendly
  • Take-Out
  • Tea Time
  • Teen Appeal

Alcohol

  • No Alcohol

Reservations

Not Accepted

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You may have your favorite Korean-barbecue joint mapped out, or the karaoke spot that best caters to your ’90s-R&B set list, but do you know where to get shaved snow or Korean doughnuts in K-town? Here’s a hint: Follow the stylish, sugar-seeking crowds through two sets of large glass doors, put your name down, and wait behind the red velvet rope (really!) at Grace Street, the high-ceilinged, communal-tabled affair on Korea Way. And come hungry, because the dessert options are numerous, tempting, and not for the daintily peckish. Waffles are a popular choice. There are fried churro-style waffles; mochi waffles with Nutella, berries, and banana; and, for salt-tooths, the avocado katsuobushi waffle, with smashed avocado, a sunny-side-up egg, and smoked tuna flakes. There are snow-fluff sundaes, which are high piles of fluffy shaved snow served with various toppings on the side (a smart move, as it keeps chewy mochi pieces from freezing solid) and drizzles of condensed milk or chocolate. And then there are hodduk, the Korean doughnuts. They’re fried circular fritters filled with a melted cinnamon-sugar-walnut mixture — not totally unlike the sticky-sweet filling in cinnamon rolls — and just the thing to go with a personal teapot of Formosa Jade Oolong tea. And they’re also pretty good the next morning, fresh from the toaster or a warm oven, after being transported home in a paper caddy if you’re wiped out from too much grilled meat and singing.

Recommended Dishes

Hodduk, $6; The O.G. snow fluff, $9.50

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