When you think of breakfast do you think of bread with butter and jam or how about coffee and croissants instead -think Nobile. Don’t have alot of time for lunch… [Read More]
The Caffè Garibaldi is an institution in the public life of Vicenza. After a one year renovation, the restaurant reopened May 3, 2012, in the heart of Vicenza, in Piazza Dei… [Read More]
Cova was founded by Antoni Cova, a soldier under Napoleon, in 1817 and opened its doors beside the famous “La Scala” theatre. A retreat for high-society members whose elegent conversations played out… [Read More]
Step inside and enjoy all the pleasures of “old world” cuisine in a cosmopolitan atmosphere. Their aim is to pamper customers from breakfast right up to dinner with genuine, sophisticated… [Read More]
A great caffe on a busy corner in Buenos Aires. Sit outside on a nice day.
Tell your barrista exactly how you like it at Bar Italia. They get it right.
Enter any La Colombe cafe and one immediately notices what is missing – the merchandising and clutter of branded T-shirts, coffee mugs, home coffee machines and lunch foods; all items… [Read More]
Taralucci e Vino has many personalities. For breakfast, you can get a great cappuccino and cornetto. For lunch, the panini are excellent (prosciutto and parmesan, grilled zucchini and mozzarella are… [Read More]
This Chelsea Market source for all things Italian is considered to have an excellent selection of oils, vinegar, cheeses, pastas, charcuterie, caviar, truffles, etc… Great espresso.