Grace Street Cafe

Desserts, Coffee Shop, Ice Cream
$ $
17 W 32nd St (btwn Broadway & 5th Ave)
New York, NY 10001
Monday
12:00pm - 11:00pm
Tuesday
12:00pm - 11:00pm
Wednesday
12:00pm - 11:00pm
Thursday
12:00pm - 11:30pm
Friday
12:00pm - 12:30am
Saturday
12:00pm - 12:30am
Sunday
12:00pm - 11:00pm

Tips

  • Beautiful, spacious cafe with great Korean doughnuts (ho-dduk) best topped with ice cream.
  • Ho-dduk is excellent! Korean pancake stuffed with brown sugar and walnut filling. Warm, gooey, soft, crunchy and not too sweet. It's like a Korean style sticky bun. Very comforting!
  • The toasted black sesame shaved snow ice is not like the typical (paht bing soo, aka Korean shaved ice) but is like the Taiwanese snow dessert. The texture is more akin to an airier sherbert.
  • Hidden gem of coffee shop in K Town. Perfect place for a coffee meeting in herald sq area.
  • Get Affogato and hodduk, it's good
  • The staff here is so friendly! And they keep the place very clean. A great addition to the street. Only downside is that there's no wifi.
  • Get the lemonade. It has an amazing taste and balance between sweet and sour. I definitely recommend a lemonade with a muffin.
  • This type of ho-dduk has been really popular in Seoul. Not the typical ho-dduk griddle fried from a street cart but what you find in a nice cafe in Apgujeong or Garosu-gil... light, airy, and refined.
  • Horrible RUDE service!! Now they assign you a seat but barely pay attention to the customers. The waitresses are literally just standing and nibbling on their own food staring people. RUDE. Weird vibe
  • reminds me of . but what do I know, I just came for the outlets.
  • Ho-dduk? Get at it. Delicious, hot, made to order donut filled w a cinnamon-y syrup and crushed walnuts. Very sweet, but perfect w coffee.
  • Get the ho dduk with ice cream!
  • Toby's estate & sight class coffee can be found - heaven for coffee lovers in Ktown. I was initially attracted to the place by its art, but oh boy the soy latte is one of the best! Say hi to Annabelle
  • A great space for two or a big group (super comfy sofas)! Must try the hodduk - it's fried unlike the traditional hodduk but still has the brown sugar nutty yumminess.
  • love the layout. people here are super nice. reasonable prices. good change of pace from the rest of ktown
  • Great latte, and no extra charge for the soy! Major tip: this is a cash only establishment.
  • This can be your 'Central Perk' that serves yummy hodduk a la mode and affogatos. Good coffee finally in ktown!
  • That ho-dduck though. Best.
  • The ho-dduck is moooooney.
  • The lemonade tastes like mojito!

Nearby places

38 W 32nd St (at Broadway)
12 W 32nd St (btwn Broadway & 5th Ave)
11 W 32nd St (btwn Broadway & 5th Ave)