Heritage Cafe on the second floor and get either a tartlet, or a muffin or, if we were being health-conscious, a fruit cup. But alas, the Cafe closes at 3:30 (except on Wednesdays, when it is open until 7 p.m. and Fridays when it closes at 2:30).Today, around 3:30, the Communications staff was collectively hit with a craving for sweets. No one was surprised. Normally, we would head down to the
Fortunately, there’s a new, delicious neighbor in Battery Park City. Inatteso Pizza Bar, located at 28 West Street not a block from the Museum just opened a cafe two doors down. Since we had been to the pizza bar and loved it, our expectations were high: I am pleased to say we were not disappointed. The coffee and lattes were delicious and the pastries were divine. Lisa got a sfogliatelle frolla that tasted like summertime at my grandparents house (think Krisy Kreme times a billion with sweet ricotta filling). I have bought, but not yet tasted, a Nutella brownie. They also had sandwiches, soups, cakes, bagels, and other goodies. I think I can speak for the group when I say we highly recommend Inatteso's cafe for the late-coming Museum-goer.
(Pictured: Lisa and Betsy gaze longingly at Inatteso's delicious baked goods.)