The popular Swedish café Kaffe 1668 has opened a second shop nine blocks north on Greenwich. At 1,600 feet, it feels much larger than the original. It’s mostly long and narrow, with far more space behind the counter. The aesthetic is the same; there’s a lot of wood, from the shelves to the furniture to the floors. The floors, actually, are a holdover from when the space was Siberian Floors’ showroom; the patterns charmingly change every 10 feet or so. The big difference is that this outpost has a much more extensive food menu (along with the pastries patrons are already familiar with). Instead of premade sandwiches, they’re made to order, as well as soups. While the coffee program is the same, the teas will be much expanded. There are 42 teas, all from Le Palais de Thés. And the beer and wine license is on its way.