Category Archives: Caffe

Roscioli Caffe Pasticceria: Coffee Shop in Rome

The newest Roscioli project, the Roscioli Caffe is located two doors down from the namesake restaurant.   The storefront is a so narrow that it is really easy to walk past. I speak from experience. However, the tiny coffee shop packs a serious punch in the center of Rome. The cafe quickly gained a reputation for […]

Caffè Corretto in Italy

There are hundreds of ways to order a coffee in Italy. First you have to decide if it is normale, or with milk and if so, how much milk. Then is that with foam or without? Should it be scalding hot? Do you want this in a ceramic cup or glass? Any cocoa? And the […]

Ditta Artigianale: Third Wave Coffee in Florence

ditta artigianale in Florence

Happy National Coffee day to my fellow Americans! I love me some coffee. Most days, slightly burnt and rather acidic Roman espresso will do just fine. Other times, I have to go to Florence for the day. Ditta Artigianale was everything I dreamed it would be. The second location, in Florence’s Oltrarno area, is a […]

Third Wave Coffee in Rome: Tram Depot

Ok. Here goes. Those three little words that my husband loves to hear: I. Was. Wrong. I know. I know. That NEVER happens. It’s a weird feeling, this wrongness. But I need to correct my own misperception – Tram Depot actually serves great Third Wave coffee. Too small to roast any beans, Tram Depot sources […]