The new place serves everything from Vietnamese hoagies and desserts to French pastries like croissants.
In 2014 we reported on Cafe Nhu Y closing up shop at 802 Christian St. and being replaced by Lyas Cafe, but we had no real lead to what the future for the hoagie shop was. Turns out Cafe Nhu Y has been renamed and moved to a much bigger location under the name Lee’s Cafe and Bistro.
It’s unclear as to exactly when Lee’s Cafe and Bistro officially opened, but by the looks of the Grand Opening sign outside of the shop, it seems to be a pretty recent development.
Seating in the Cafe is very limited, with only one table to sit at if you’re planning to dine in, which is actually an improvement if you were familiar with the old shop.
The food selection is pretty large with plenty of pre-prepared foods, in addition to a menu of items like the much-loved Vietnamese hoagies.
Lee’s Cafe and Bistro’s is open seven days a week from 8 a.m. through 10 p.m. Contact the Cafe at (267) 273-0922 for more information.
–Taylor Farnsworth, @tfarnsworth3