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Tazza Bakery and Enoteca

Tazza, Italian for “cup,” was opened in 2005 by Jodi Ghorchian and Nancy Viglione. They are two local moms who wanted a place where they could sit comfortably with their toddlers and eat a good sandwich, enjoy a decent cup of coffee or even sip a glass of wine. So they created the “warm, modern yet rustic, bright and airy” space on Henry Street, says Ghorchian, built a long copper bar, painted the room in creamy yellow and soft blue, and laid the floor with ivory tiles. Wines are available by the glass from an international wine list. Parents and kids fill the copper tables, sharing house-made panini, gobbling up sour cream walnut apple pie from Manhattan’s Little Pie Company, or scarfing down red velvet cake from Baked in Red Hook. Tazza makes their own cakes and pies to order, and manager James Rogers says that customers stop by all day long for the fresh bread.

“But the real reason to come here,” says Rogers, “is the coffee. It’s that good.” Open 7 am till 10 pm daily.

Where: 311 Henry St. at Atlantic Avenue
Tel: (718) 243–0487
How much: Panini: $3.95–$7.95; baked goods: .45–$4.25.
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Updated Jan. 30, 2012
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