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Purchase a tote bag featuring the photograph "Caffe Reggio" by Jessica Jenney. Our tote bags are made from soft, durable, poly-poplin fabric and include a 1" black strap for easy carrying on your shoulder. All seams are double-stitched for added durability. Each tote bag is machine-washable in cold water and is printed on both sides using the same image.
Caffe Reggio is a famous New York coffee house first opened in 1927 at 119 MacDougal Street in the heart of Greenwich Village.The famous Italian... more
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Caffe Reggio is a famous New York coffee house first opened in 1927 at 119 MacDougal Street in the heart of Greenwich Village.The famous Italian Cappuccino was introduced in America by the founder of Caffe Reggio, Domenico Parisi, in the early twenties.
Inside the cafe, against the back wall, there is still the original Espresso machine, made in 1902, that Domenico Parisi bought with his savings when he opened the cafe in 1927.
The Caffe Reggio has been featured in many movies, including Godfather II, Next Stop, Greenwich Village, The Kremlin Letter, Shaft, Serpico, The Next Man, In Good Company, Inside Llewyn Davis and others. Many celebrities have been spotted or photographed in this location. In 1959, presidential hopeful John F. Kennedy made a speech outside the coffee shop.
Caffe Reggio has a bench from a Palazzo of the mighty Florentine Medici family of Renaissance fame. The bench is not roped-off and you can actually sit in it. And while you sit on this 500...
Jessica photographs the natural world with an emphasis on intimate landscapes with a romantic flair. The idyllic beauty of Jessica Jenney's ethereal floral and landscape images transcends time and place. Jessica's painterly treatment of her photographs creates tranquil and bucolic scenes reminiscent of the Romantic era painters. Her latest passion is capturing features of New York City including its architecture in monochromatic tones. This is in sharp contrast to her nature photography. Her black-and-white photographs of New York City's architecture present a poignant beauty of this grand city with all of its feats of engineering and beautiful buildings. Jessica has a sensitive eye for detail, helping her to compellingly and...