Situated in North Beach, San Francisco’s historic Italian neighborhood, Caffe Greco was founded by owners Hanna and Sandy Suleiman in August 1988. Caffe Greco is recognized by many, as the most authentic Italian caffe in the city serving the world famous Illy Caffe , award winning homemade tiramisu, cannoli, and gelato. Its acclaimed popularity and reputation was culminated in rave reviews by the New York Times, Gourmet Magazine, Food Arts, S.F. Chronicle, Smithsonian Magazine, and… [Read More]
This charming Upper East Side caffe is very charming and comfortable. It is a smallish neighborhood Italian restaurant where the owner is present, the food is amazing and the atmosphere is warm and friendly. The kitchen uses high-quality ingredients for its mix-and-match philosophy. Patrons can choose their meats, their pastas (dried or the restaurants homemade), and their sauces. The servers are welcoming and always smiling and attentive. A gem of a place to eat.
Nice place to stop for coffee and a pastry. Located in a back street and a short distance from Piazza dell’Erbe. It has several rooms inside plus a large seating area outside. They have a nice menu of coffee drinks, large selection of pastries and friendly service. It is usually buzzing with locals. Fast service, tasty food plus reasonably priced
The “True Professor Bar”opened in Naples in December of 1996 with the aim of proposing ‘new’ in the world of coffee. The vast experience in the field was already a family gift that was handed down from father to son for 40 years, and that is why the well-known “Raffaele Ferrieri” continued with love and passion this work combining multiple, traditional Neapolitan innovations. Perseverance, work, courtesy, and quality of products have made artists from around… [Read More]
It is a very small shop that you could easily pass by, but it’s an authentic Italian panini bar and you will pretty much have the most amazing melt-in-your-mouth sandwich. The ingredients are extremely high quality and fresh They offer some organic items and the bread is GMO free. They are well known for their Parma and Paestrum sandwichs. Extremely friendly staff. Everything about this place is LOVE.
Cute Italian café nestled in a cosy uptown neighborhood on Dryades Street. It has a great homey atmosphere with courteous and friendly staff. New Orleans native Madison Curry opened this charming café in 2007. It serves fantastic Italian fare like panini and salads and has a back patio to sit and enjoy your meal. I am sure you will return again and again.
The restaurant is located on a quiet corner in the far West Village. The cuisine is inspired by the cooking of Rimini on the coast of the Adriatic Sea. Two classic dishes are the grilled branzino and the calamari alla griglia. The cuisine is characterized by its simplicity and freshness. Pasta and pizza are highlights.
This charming caffe is located in the Bronx. That espresso is the reason you’ve walked into this stark little room with Neapolitan soccer paraphernalia on the walls and zany Italian game shows on the TV. Anna Agovino will never spill the secrets of making the perfect cup of coffee. There are alot of tiny details- from keeping the cups warm – to cleaning the machine daily – plus the way you grind the beans – also… [Read More]
The Moda espresso bar is just the place for good espresso in NYC. The mozzarella is made in-house plus the breads and pastries are baked fresh daily. So stop by this caffe for a quick lunch with your espresso, you won’t be disappointed!
If you can’t start your day without a coffee, or cappuccino, or latte then Pinocchio’s is the place to visit. The owner, who came from Tuscany, is extremely friendly and welcoming. You can find extracts from Collodi’s “Pinocchio” (in Italian) written on the cafe walls. So bring the kids and come and enjoy delicious sandwiches, salads, bruschetta, pizzas or other Italian specialties.