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]
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.
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.
If you are looking for a nice informal atmosphere but great fresh food, Bianco Latte is the place to go. Whether it is for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or how about a dish of ice cream – this cozy caffe is the place to visit. So either sitting at the bar or enjoying a table, come and watch the food being prepared in the open kitchen. Children are always welcome!
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 but still want to enjoy a good meal in a welcoming environment – try Nobile. What about closing the day with good food with an informal setting – go to Nobile!
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 to the accompaniment of flues and violins. Now it has combined its venue to art, work and pleasure in a warm, suffused atmosphere, a meeting place not only for the townspeople of Milan but also for an international cliente.
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 food.
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.