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Il Caffe di Sant’Eustachio in Rome

   Il Caffe di Sant’Eustachio was born in the thirties, located in Rome before the Italian Senate, a step away from Piazza Navona and the Pantheon.      The foundation year is 1938. The mosaic flooring and furnishings are still the original ones. The deer symbol Sant'Eustachio Coffee evokes the appearance and the conversion of the pagan Eustace to Christianity. In the square, in fact, established over a thousand years, the basilica...

Il Quadri in Venice

   Choosing Il Quadri means enjoy the charm and elegance of the only restaurant in Piazza San Marco and to discover the rhythms of life in Venice from the tables of the cafe under the arcades thirteenth. The colors, flavors and cosmopolitanism of Venice are captured for centuries in Gran Caffè Ristorante Quadri, a crossroads since the late eighteenth century to today the destinies of the Venetians and the people who stayed at this extraordinary city.   ...

Bar Pasticerria La Zagara in Positano

   This lovely cafe is ideally located on the panoramic cliffs of Positano, with breathtaking views on the Gulf of Salerno. Here, in addition to the assortment of sweet and savory that can always be found, run custom cakes for weddings, baptisms, first communions and pastries and deli for banquets and ceremonies....

Caffe Al Bicerin in Turin

    Caffè Al Bicerin is in Turin since 1763. Imagine being in the nineteenth century, immersed in the scent that envelops the room, sit at the same table Cavour, order a bicerin and enjoy the taste that bittersweet chocolate, coffee, cream latte. This, and that alone is bicerin, drink symbol of Turin, born here in the place which bears its name. A place where greed has made history. Crossing the Threshold of Caffè Al Bicerin to discover the warm and...

Cafe Le Lodge in Chianti region

  In the heart of Chianti Antica Enoteca Cafe Lodges overlooking the historic square known for its asymmetrical shape. Moreover Lorenzo de 'Medici the Magnificent said he boasted in his poetry of having enjoyed the beauty of the square, saying "I've been to the market in Greve.    More Grand Duke of Tuscany Leopold I of Lorraine Piero, said good-naturedly by the people "Canapone" he boasted, too, of having visited saying "There is a square in ...

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