In this Greenwich Village food tour, we visit many old-school independently-owned food businesses which are located on MacDougal Street and also walk to nearby Carmine Street, where we have more food and visit other Mom-and-Pop businesses.
We start the day with a visit to Caffe Reggio, where we sit down and have a classic cappuccino and a Granita di Cafe (espresso slush with whipped cream). We then visit Mamoun's Falafel right next door to Caffe Reggio and also talk about Cafe Wha, an iconic basement level performance space which has been showcasing new talent and performers wince 1959. Before leaving MacDougal Street, we also visit Pommes Frites, where we get an order of their famous Belgian Fries served with a variety of sauces.
We then visit the infamous West 4th Street Courts aka the "Cage" to watch a streetball amateur basketball tournament before heading to Joe's Pizza on Carmine Street near 6th Avenue, where we get their delicious large cheese pie.
We end the day with a visit to House of Oldies on Carmine Street where we look through their extensive vinyl record selection and walk across the street to the Unoppressive Non-Imperialist Bargain Books and see their curated collection of books and comics.
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