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DTUT in New York City

Cafe / Restaurant
Lower Noise
Plugs everywhere

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Workspace Details + Amenities

Alcohol Beer, Wine, Cocktails
Food fondue, [changes often]
Seating Capacity 40
Group Space Yes
Types of Seating Small tables, Larger tables, Lounge chairs / couches
Keywords Coldbrew couches bar beer wine cocktails dim quiet friendly, Group Friendly, Alcohol, Has Power
Web dtutcafe.com  

Pro Tips

WiFi is weak but consistent. Tons of outlets all around, so no jockeying for power sources. The overall vibe of this place super relaxed, lit mostly with edison bulbs, ceilings are about 15' high and seating is plentiful but spaced out to not cramp.

Wi-fi is available only on weekdays before 5 pm.
As the wifi password would suggest, they cut the wifi at 5pm, as the place is more of a neighborhood spot for food and drinks and the sea of laptops here in the afternoon doesn't mesh well with all the people coming home after work grabbing a beer/wine/cocktail.

Solid coffee options (didn't check the roaster), but they do have cold brew on tap. Food is well above what you expect from a coffee house, as they have a real kitchen and cook in house. Limited bar, but does include some house cocktails. (Happy hour starts at 2!?!?)


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