Cup & Saucer

Row 1

Details
89 Canal St (btwn Allen St & Eldridge St)
New York, NY 10002
(212) 925-3298
Diner
$ $
Hours
Mon–Fri: 6:00 AM–5:00 PM Sat: 6:00 AM–3:00 PM Sun: 7:00 AM–3:30 PM

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Foursquare Tips

  • A lunch counter that hasn't changed in decades. Satisfying burgers and diner fare.
  • If you want a traditional sit at the counter, white paper hat, hot cup o joe diner. This is the place, staff fits NYC stereotype to a T. And when brunch is $14.50 total for 2... It makes it the best.
  • awesome food and coffee
  • Sausage patty, egg, and cheddar sandwich on an everything bagel was the best I've had (surprising from a diner). Get there before 11am and they have a really good $5 breakfast special
  • No frills diner - great for a quick and hearty breakfast
  • Perfect pancakes!
  • Sausage egg and cheese on a roll is good.
  • Be transported to New York City of the 1970s with metal barstools, an overhead menu and milkshakes in tall, chilled glasses. We recommend the Cheeseburger.
  • Surprisingly takes credit cards.
  • 25 years in the neighborhood, this place is an institution, and it's a travesty that the new building owners are trying to drive them out... support the best coffee in the 'hood!
  • Fast friendly and delicious
  • Love the doughnuts and the grilled cheese.
  • An all-time classic
  • The Patrami is stellar. Righ on par with Katz's for half the price, plus no giant line!
  • kinda like stepping back in time without the ironic kitch.
  • I have had coffee every day here for the last 17 years and it's by far the best coffee in town. If you're down in Chinatown, it's worth your time to come over for breakfast.
  • Bacon, egg and cheese on a toasted english. Propina!
  • grab a burger they are cheap and big.
  • We have reached a point in NYC history where a simple luncheonette seems special.
  • The pancakes are well-constructed, indeed. Very respectable batter that achieves the desired fluffiness and bounce.