There are three Gotan locations in NYC, and they’re all essentially half-coffee-shop, half-restaurant. Bring your laptop and hang out for hours, or stop by for a pretty substantial breakfast or lunch. You can get a bowl of yogurt with berries and granola, or you can have a salad. Try the one with tuna, egg, and avocado, or go the sandwich route if you want something a little less healthy.
Gotan is permanently closed.
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