Starting from the thirties, the genuine cappuccino has always been served at the Caffè Reggio, the most famous and oldest Greenwich Village haunt frequented by the Italian celebrities of New York and the great American artists. The interior is decorated by an unique coffee machine bearing the date 1902 and many valuable paintings from the fifteenth and seventeenth century. The poetess Edna St. Vincent Millay was often seen here with her notebook and also Al Pacino who was studying how to become the perfect "God father" for the movies role.
119, McDougal Street , 10012 New York (USA)
- Fabrizio Prim Cavallacci - Licensee
- John Milton Williams - Director
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