While Australians are great lovers of the cafe experience, there seems to be a huge following all over the world in various forms. All of them usually have a coffee element involved and undoubtedly attract a wide range of people through their doors every day. Here we discover some of the world’s most well known cities that have embraced the cafe culture.
Many people who visit Melbourne and have not been before will often comment on the amount of cafes the city has. If you go down little alley or lane ways in the city, you’ll find cafes that have been inspired from many different things – countries, music, art, people and of course, food! If you happen to walk into a cafe that doesn’t have a full espresso coffee machine, one of two things could be happening; First thing is it could be a health food cafe or secondly, they have just opened and they are in the process of fitting one very soon!
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New York City, New York
Cafes and coffee houses in New York are quite different to that of the ones in Melbourne. Cafes in New York are rich and varied. If you are in the Upper East Side you will often find there are a lot of high end cafes serving expensive cakes and beverages.
The home of the great espresso, Rome and even Italy in general is where you will find a fantastic trattoria (Italian for cafe) experience. If you do get the chance to eat at a cafe in Rome, you must try an affogatto!
Welcome to my blog, I Evelyn, I write about all the things that brought me into life. I love hunting food and i like bar and caffe. this make me go around the world just for searching the best cafe and bar for my review in my blog and i love it.