Manhattan's First Cat Café is Open for Business

Meow Parlour, New York City’s first permanent cat café, is newly open on the Lower East Side. The café is booking customers online, which for the most part will eliminate one issue common to all popular NYC establishments: long lines. Customers can book from 30 minutes to a maximum of five hours at the café.

A sister shop called Meow Parlour Patisserie is around the corner to sell treats and coffee to customers wanting to bring a bite to eat during their stay. Inside Meow Parlour, customers enjoy free wifi and the company of adoptable shelter cats from KittyKind, a local no-kill shelter.  The café was established by Christine Ha, the founder of the Macaron Parlour, and her employee, Emilie LeGrande

Learn more or book time at Meow Parlour via their website and see more images at their Facebook and Instagram accounts.

Via Laughing Squid | Images: Meow Parlour


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We went just before Xmas, and it was awesome! One of the kittehs apparently decided the cat toy box was THE place to be, and spent her time bathing and napping in it; another was a complete lap whore and went from lap to lap, not caring whose it was as long as they worshipped her.
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