The New York Times, by Mimi Sheraton

These Are a Few of My Favorite (Village) Things
Published: January 10, 1997

Here are some of the joys that keep me in Greenwich Village. (All telephone numbers are in the 212 area code.)

Special Tastes

McNULTY'S TEA AND COFFEE, 109 Christopher Street; 242-5351. With its dark walls and shelves, burlap sacks and exotic aromas of coffee and cocoa, this is my one and only mecca for superb coffee beans. Our family mix is two-thirds Colombian supremo, one-third Yemen mocha (now $10.73 a pound).

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Grub Street, by Vanita Salisbury

The tea is from McNulty’s on Christopher Street, one of the great coffee-and-tea stores in America.

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New York Eats (More), by Ed Levine

This long-awaited revised edition includes: painstakingly detailed, up-to-the-minute coverage of all five boroughs (including expanded coverage of Brooklyn and Queens), an all-new section on the Hamptons, Ed's best-of-the-best restaurant picks, an incredibly complete directory of New York's ethnic markets (you won't know how you lived without it), and more.

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DECAFFEINATED: SERVING THE BEST

The increasing demand for decaffeinated coffee is one of the more noticeable changes in eating habits. Despite that growing demand, envelopes of instant Sanka are often presented with hot water at the end of the meal, even in some of our toniest and otherwise impeccable restaurants.

http://www.nytimes.com/1982/04/03/style/decaffeinated-serving-the-best.html

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