Monday, March 4, 2019

C&B Cafe debuts outpost on St. Mark's Place

[Photo by Steven]

C & B Cafe opened this past Thursday in its new quick-serve spot at 39 St. Mark's Place just east of Second Avenue.

They're open daily from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. for coffee, breakfast and other cafe fare (as well as some vinyl-records listening) — similar to their Seventh Street location.

The spot is adjacent to the opening SOON (today?) cafe-bar Paper Daisy. C&B chef-owner Ali Sahin is also the executive chef for Paper Daisy. (Still waiting for more info about Paper Daisy.)

And not to worry, C&B fans: The 4-year-old C&B Cafe continues on at the original location at 178 E. Seventh St. near Avenue B.

As for this St. Mark's Place space, Cafe Orlin closed here in October 2017 after 36 years of service.

Previously on EV Grieve:
1st sign of activity at the former Cafe Orlin space on St. Mark's Place

No trespassing (or hunting or fishing) at the former Cafe Orlin

Cafe Orlin will close after 36 years in business (34 comments)

C&B Cafe now part of new venture taking over the former Cafe Orlin space on St. Mark's Place


bruce said...

Congratulations, C&B and Ali. Best wishes for continued success to a lovely fellow. Looking forward to Paper Daisy if he's involved.

Anonymous said...

Congrats to C&B - great to see them expanding and a worthy successor to Cafe Orlin. I hope it is a success for Ali.