Tantalizing Omonia Café

Omonia Café has been in business since 1977, located in the heart of Astoria at 32-20 Broadway. According to Omonia Café, “Omonia” in Greek denotes togetherness and friendship in an environment of harmony, thus promoting a desire to repeat this experience again and again! So let harmony ring out for one and all at Omonia Café.

The atmosphere at Omonia Café offers a unique experience. Elegant, yet comfortable, it’s a traditional European café mixed with a modern design, making it a destination for all. The staff at Omonia Café is always friendly and helpful, and you never feel rushed to leave after you finish your treat. Stop by day or night, sit and enjoy a hot cup of coffee, American or Greek, hot chocolate, frappe. They also offer a full suite of cocktails, frozen drinks, beer and wine, An array of desserts to choose from includes Greek specialties such as baklava or loukoumades or try their tiramisu, napoleon, chocolate mousse or cheesecakes. Don’t be fooled into thinking Omonia Café is only a place to indulge in your sweet tooth. They also have a full menu with sandwiches, wraps, spinach pies and burgers to name a few things. If you’re having a party, check out their specialized cakes for any occasion.

Not to be left out, Omonia Cafe Next Door (32-18 Broadway) offers a twist on traditional desserts, such as cheesecake baklava, and also more American fare, such as muffins and cupcakes. If you don’t have the time to sit, stop by Omonia Next Door and grab some desserts to take on the go.

With Valentine’s Day approaching, Omonia Café has cookies and cakes decorated for the holiday. Instead of buying the traditional drugstore box of chocolates, why not pick up some Chocolate-Dipped Strawberries, perfect for the occasion. Or have a dinner and/or dessert date.

Omonia Café is open late and conveniently located right near the Broadway stop on the N/W line. Stop by for breakfast, lunch, dinner or dessert. Omonia Café is the perfect spot for your next dining experience.—Melissa Mennona


  
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