American, Juice Bar, Café
$ $
49 Canal St (btwn Orchard & Ludlow St)
New York, NY 10002
(212) 240-9410
8:00am - 11:00pm
8:00am - 11:00pm
8:00am - 11:00pm
8:00am - 11:00pm
8:00am - 11:00pm
9:00am - 11:00pm
9:00am - 10:00pm


  • The breakfast sandwich with eggs, avocado, house-made hot sauce, and pickled red pepper is incredible.
  • This scene-y, California-style spot in Chinatown serves a killer brunch. Options range from acai bowls, to a breakfast sandwich with scrambled eggs, cheddar, & pickled jalapenos.
  • The amazing breakfast more than makes up for the squirrelly and skittish demeanor of the staff. Frail and cautious, but cool yo. Acai, juice. Leave your luggage at home.
  • Robert Sietsema's 4 star review: "With avocado, arugula, juice-dripping roasted tomatoes, sweet jalapenos, & lime-cilantro mayo, the BLT ($11) is a thing of beauty that will also burn your mouth off."
  • A great breakfast spot with delicious food and nice atmosphere. Beware: the spicy peppers on the breakfast sandwich will melt your face off.
  • Cafe, salad and sandwich shop with solid, healthy options in a neighborhood that could use them.
  • Soooo tiny in here. If you can come at a random hour you may snag a seat but prob not. Had an acai bowl. Was tasty. I found the service friendly.
  • had the black rice bowl for lunch and almost died from how good it was.
  • The Bitches say: A. Dimes nailed it with an inventive, delicious menu and a relaxed, hipster heaven vibe. And all under $13!
  • Healthy and delicious California style food. You can't go wrong with the egg sandwich or one o their breakfast bowls. Long lines so be prepared to wait or come early.
  • Just fantastic and super reasonably priced. Go for the Ciao bowl.
  • Bring someone here and pretend it's like w/e NBD because ur really ~*<trendi>*~ and fun! Black Rice dish is superbly unique.
  • the perfect spot for breakfast for two. carob aai bowl is
  • carob aai bowl and breakfast sammie = perfect start to the day. try the iced tea latte too!
  • The carob Acai bowl is amazing- also ask for your chicken pulled
  • The blueberry lavender acai bowl is achingly delicious. Also really beautiful.
  • My favorite place to eat in the neighborhood: simply and consistently delicious.
  • Can't wait to eat!!!
  • Resist the temptation to get the very capable breakfast sandwich (it's a touch too small, and thus you're a touch too sad when you finish it) and spring for the spicy quinoa bowl.
  • There seems to be only one table that can accommodate four people. Cute spot, simple and solid food for a fair price, but not good for more than 1-2 peeps at once.

Nearby places

7 Ludlow St (at Canal St)
379 Grand Street (at Norfolk St)
138 Division St