Kaffe 1668, in New York City, is a small coffee shop near the World Trade Center Memorial.
Their espresso beans come from all over the world, and they make every kind of coffee drink imaginable.
The interior of the cafe had a very interesting twist – the walls were lined with handmade fluffy sheep, with real wool and wooden limbs.
Kaffe 1668 was definitely memorable because of this intriguing taste in design and the fact that there were shelves and shelves lined with these faceless sheep.
The rest of the cafe was very chic and cute, with a section of smaller wooden tables, and a larger community-style table and benches in the center. The atmosphere was quiet, allowing for many people studying or reading, and smaller groups of people enjoying a cup of coffee to the whir of the espresso grinder.
I sipped my cappuccino and rested my feet, and continued my exploration to Brooklyn.
275 Greenwich St
New York, NY 10007