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Cafe Doma

NYC Cafe7th Ave & Perry - I wonder how many personal stories will recount Cafe Doma on Perry Street in years to come. The French cafe is a chilled hang out where people seem to sit for hours over their books, their lap-tops, their business plans. The place is a buzz with people interviewing and being interviewed.

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This is a rare place where people come and talk about their art, writing, to chill and even consider their future Internet 2.0 plans without embarrassment and who knows - with all the positivity flowing around, the ideas may just work this time!

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Where To Go After Cafe Doma
Wander the red-brick streets of West Village east of here along Perry Street.

Guy's Diary posts about Cafe Doma
TUES 6th JAN : CAFE DOMA DOS

Posted by Guy Brighton on March 4, 2004 in Cafe, West Village | Permalink

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thanks for your info on Cafe Doma. I couldn't remember the name of it and now i know!

Posted by: sarah | Sep 20, 2004 11:56:21 AM

As an visitor to New York this is undoubtedly my favorite port of call. Reminds me so much of my youth and the happy times spent in similar places in London and Paris. It has an air of art about I almost expect Albert Camus or Sartre to call in for a coffee or some of that great food.

My best wishes to you all. I even get to talk jazz to some pretty girls, Heaven.

Steven R Thompson. BA.

Posted by: steve thompson | Feb 15, 2007 9:57:04 AM

I have frequented Doma over the past several years and love the vibe. After today, however, it may be a while before I return. It is a chill place, aesthetically, and I love the food. The staff has been fine in the past (neither here nor there). Today, however, after patiently waiting for my to-go order, the woman behind the counter treated me like an intruder when I gently approached her about its status. It was sitting in the kitchen, cold. The attitude that she brought to the interaction was completely unwarranted. i was totally turned-off and disappointed. It was NOT chill. -Kate, Village Resident

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Posted by: heisbussy | Nov 10, 2008 3:06:31 AM

I love the look of Cafe Doma. I long for it to be as you say it is. However, I find it to be cold, rather than "chill." I find the people to be a bit too uptight and nouveau-West Village to call them "artists". Precious, in that wealthy and entitled way, and snobbish is more like it. The conversations seem to be mostly silent, via laptop. Though it is a fantastic setting and does offer the promise to be like a true old-country cafe, so I do continue to frequent the place.

Posted by: jj | Jan 18, 2009 9:24:17 PM

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