Coppelia Cuban Diner open 24-7 where chefs dine after work
14th Street between 7th &
Freshly baked pastries and cheese rolls
Dos Huevos (over) Cuban Toast Chimicurri Home Fries
After breakfast we walked along the Highline where we saw this
Artist Tony Matelli’s sculpture Sleepwalker Sleepwalker sculpture wakes you up article
What an interesting day you had, Ruth!
That is quite an array of pictures. I don’t know where to start, but I will say, I love the floor in the diner. That is awesome
What a cool place!
How cool is that sleepwalker?!??? Love the High Line! It has expanded since we were there last, planning a visit next year, miss the big apple.
I so enjoy these old diners, Ruth. Sadly, many of ours have closed in recent years and I try to give my business to the few that remain in the area. I know I’d be a regular at the Coppelia. I do love a good Cuban sandwich. 🙂
Something for everyone on that menu. I can’t say I’m keen on that sculpture!
I know but it’s definitely a head turner. Thanks Gilly
There was an episode of This American Life where the radio crew spent several days in a 24/7 diner (in Chicago). The place was literally open 24/7/365 that the door didn’t have a lock on it – really!