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Published November 27th 2011
As you step onto the street level of the Christopher Street Path train station, you won't have to wander far to find an eatery with a cozy and homey European feel. Path Café & Bar is literally steps away from this train stop—frequented by travelers going to and arriving from New Jersey.
Savor the Brunch Panini, which includes crispy bacon, hard-boiled egg, red onion, baby spinach, tomato and crumbled goat cheese on ciabatta.
Its convenient location makes Path Cafe & Bar a wise choice for employees on their way to work, or local residents who want to sip their morning dose of caffeine and eat a Panini, bagel or French toast with a few friends.
Brioche French toast with cinnamon, maple syrup and powdered sugar.
Wooden furnishings, lively music, soft lighting, plus warm-colored walls upon which hang paintings available for purchase—provide a relaxing ambiance.
Beautiful artwork accent the walls, available for sale.
Pieces from talented local artists carry varying price points.
It's not surprising to see creative folks, or those who simply want a change in their workplace setting to be happily tapping away on their laptops while enjoying their meal.
The peaceful atmosphere is conducive to producing creative works.
Open daily, the venue serves breakfast sandwiches, soups, salads, wraps, baked goods and more. Smoothies, fruit salads, yogurt parfaits and oatmeal are offered for those who desire healthier options.
Toasted bagel with smoked salmon, cream cheese, red onions and capers.
When the air turns cool and crisp, warm up with a small or large cup of hot chocolate or hot apple cider with a cinnamon stick. Select iced beverages, including freshly squeezed lemonade to cool down during the summer months. Or pair your meal with wine or beer—great for any season.
Enjoy a cup of hot apple cider with cinnamon.
When you do decide to step back outside, you'll be all set to explore the rest of the West Village, or continue with your daily routine—in very high spirits.