Doma Na Rohu

Row 1

27 1/2 Morton St (at 7th Ave)
New York, NY 10014
(212) 929-4339
German, Czech, Eastern European
$ $
Mon–Thu, Sun: 8:00 AM–11:00 PM Fri: 7:00 AM–Midnight Sat: 8:00 AM–Midnight

Foursquare Tips

  • Go for mussels and beer by the litre
  • For brunch, get the Strammer Max! Two sunny-side up eggs with caramelized onions and speck (aka prosciutto) on top of rye bread. Comes with a side of greens too!
  • Take a breakfast meeting here. And at $3 for a Murray's bagel with cream cheese & tomato, you save 25% versus getting the same exact item at Murray's, with 10x the seating!
  • Very charming cafe with a great atmosphere in the mornings. Oatmeal and cream cheese-stuffed French toast are standouts.
  • really tasty, eat with a syrup
  • A great breakfast spot with perfectly relaxed table service, a nice view, and warm breezy street air. Sad to see Hercules Fancy Grocery disappear, but Doma seems like a pretty good replacement so far.
  • Cafe doma move to here one month ago
  • Doma is pretty quiet and low key. They have good outdoor, cafe style seating with rustic appeal. Overall just a pleasant place. Oh and the food and drinks are good. Good happy hour too.
  • Brunch is wonderful. They also have a reasonable beer selection and it's a fantastic place to just chill and snack.
  • Great happy hour & tasty food. Cheese spaetzle, soft pretzel and chicken kebabs!
  • Good place for morning breakfast meetings.
  • I enjoyed the food but the portions were pretty small. Very happy to see 1L beer mugs though
  • Awesome pretzels
  • Hassle free. Lovely spot to sit outside
  • Pretzels, schnitzel, and the spaetzel with cheese!
  • It's close to my apt
  • Try the Mac and Cheese
  • A more classy and up-scale Central European spot. A bit on the pricier side, but very good food and beer.
  • French Toast with Cream Cheese.
  • Love this place! Great classic German/Eastern European menu with an awesome happy hour

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