On a recent trip to New York City, I had the opportunity to stop into Serendipity 3, which is New York’s first coffee shop boutique. The restaurant is located at 225 east 60th Street, and it’s so small, you’ll likely pass it by if you’re not on the lookout.

Upon entering, you’ll instantly appreciate the welcoming charm. The small round tables and nook-like seating arrangements are wonderfully cute! Serendipity 3 is also way more than just a coffee house; they have a fantastic, large menu with everything from appetizers, breakfast, lunch and dinner entrees, as well as a huge selection of specialty drinks and desserts!

The restaurant, and the menu itself, are both absolutely adorable! Appetizers include Blue Corn Nachos, Hot Spring Wings and Chicken Not So Little Soup. They also offer a few varieties of salad, such as A Shrimp Stuffed Avocado and Pasta Salad De Jour. They have a selection of casseroles; our favorite was the Curried Chicken Almondine but the Chicken Pot Pie sure was tempting!

Serendipity 3 opens at 11:30am every day, so for brunch, try one of their gourmet omelettes. They offer a wide range of delectable choices such as Fine Herb and Caviar  amp; Sour Cream as well as more traditional varieties including Cheddar and Sausage  amp; Peppers. Another fabulous pick would be a crepe or Challah French Toast, they both looked delicious! Also, if you use braun 5 cup coffee maker with their coffee related products, you can certainly have the best coffee experience ever.

For lunch, they serve awesome hamburgers, for example, the Caviar Burger, served with sour cream and cucumber slices. The menu also includes a wide variety of topping for your hamburger such as chili, Muenster cheese, and buttery sweet Jarlsberg Swiss. Or try a foot-long hot dog, topped with bacon  amp; cheddar cheese or chili and raw onions. Each platter is served with French fries, cole law, lettuce and tomato. Other sandwich options include Catcher and the Rye, which is a yummy chicken BLT with Muenster cheese, and Russian dressing on rye or the High Heel Pump, a sandwich of melted Brie and proscuitto with Russian dressing on delicious pumpernickel bread dotted with raisins. Mmmmm…

For dinner, try the Country Meatloaf, a down-south favorite served with mashed potatoes and gravy or Chicken Char-Char, a fabulous open-faced sandwich of honey charbroiled chicken, greens and deep-fried parsnips on a oh-so good garlic rye. The Mixed Grill is perfect for sharing, as it’s a combination of charbroiled honey chicken, Cajun sausage and Roumanian steak, served with onions and peppers. There are also a few seafood options, including a Bamboo Basket of steamed lemon sole, salmon or shrimp and veggies with ginger or Shrimp and Vegetable Brochette served with Saffron rice. The pasta dishes were also an excellent choice; we loved the bit of Cheese Ravioli we tasted, served in a creamy tomato basil sauce. Madame Butterfly, a dish of saut├⌐ed asparagus, artichokes and red peppers tossed with farfalle pasta in a cheesy garlic sauce was equally as tasty. There are other dishes that would be delightful for a vegetarian diner, such as the All Vegetable Chili or The Alamo, a kicked-up burger of black beans, served with salsa.

Dessert is THE reason to stop by. The Frrrozen Drinks are dessert alone! They’re HUGE! We ordered a Frrrozen Hot Chocolate, and it was like heaven in a big giant cup! Slightly slushy, but very creamy, and really chocolate-y, it was the best frozen drink I’ve ever had! It’s not a bad idea to share – they really are quite large! Friends of mine got the Peanut Butter Frrrozen Hot Chocolate and the Apricot Smush and both were also incredibly creamy and delicious. We also all shared our cake choices, my favorites were the Karo Pecan Pie, the Creme De La Creme Cream Cheese Cake and my original pick, the Celestial Carrot Cake, which consisted of moist spiced cake with bits of carrot and the creamiest cream

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