There’s history here.
From Wikipedia ( the cafe does not have it’s own website ):
Fanelli Cafe is a historic New York City restaurant and bar considered the city’s second-oldest food-and-drink establishment in the same locale, having operated under various owners at 94 Prince Street since 1847. It served as a gathering place for artists during the transition of Manhattan’s SoHo neighborhood from a manufacturing area to an arts community.
The chicken wings were nice. The food was decent. The service was some of the worst we experienced in New York during our stay there for a month. Maybe our waitress was having a bad day. She spilled hot coffee on our friend while pouring it for her and took away my food plate even though I said I was still eating. The interiors of the cafe are beautiful and light that pours is is lovely too. It can get crowded even though they have seating at the bar, near the bar and next to the kitchen. Lots of people who looked like artists – because of they way they were dressed – visit Fanelli’s even now. Definitely go for a visit, it’s a piece of NYC that’s seen a lot of history!
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