Named after the French cigarette brand, Cafe Gitane oozes a relaxed, understated Parisian bohemian vibe with cool retro furnishings, eclectic ornaments and a good-looking service team. The menu boasts casual French-Moroccan cafe classics such as a rich and gooey croque monsieur and Moroccan-inspired salads. With two fabulous locations, one in the hip Nolita area and the other hidden away in the Meatpacking District’s The Jane Hotel, this is the favourite weekend brunch hang of New York’s hipster crowd. The Cafe Gitane in Nolita is more casual with rustic wooden interiors and outdoor sidewalk tables (along with being Nolita's prime people watching spot), while the Cafe Gitane in The Jane Hotel boasts more chic, retro-inspired interiors. No bookings.