Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Caffe Vittoria

Where robust LavAzza espresso, smooth with a bitter edge, comes brimming with foamed milk or whipped cream, coated in a thick blanket of sweet powdered cocoa, or a light dusting of cinnamon and sugar, Caffe Vittoria offers some of the best Italian coffee and specialty drinks around. 
They prepare an elegant cup of cappuccino, which is even better with a Baileys cordial on the side, while the hot chocolate is pleasantly frothy and comforting, great with Frangelico. Specialty drinks like the Caffes namesake blend, which has Kahula, brandy and Tiramisu Liqueur already blended in are also a worthy choice. 
 Sipping a cup at a shiny marble table top it in the bustling atmospheric caffe that dates back to 1929 consistently lends a charming experience, an afternoon or evening to savor.
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13 comments:

  1. I love Caffe Vittoria. It's great for a morning coffee or an after dinner drink!

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  2. I could use that cappucino (with a side of Bailey's) right about now.

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  3. I went to Caffe Vittoria once last summer and loved the atmosphere. The drinks were great too

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  4. yum yum. one should never underestimate the power of a good cup of coffee

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  5. I love great coffee spots in the North End that just ooze charm like this one!

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  6. Looks lovely! I wonder if they have vin santo ;)

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  7. i just made a nespresso after reading this. that coffee looks way better though

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  8. I love the sound of all these boozy pick-me-ups!

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  9. Beautiful photos! Looks like a nice spot

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  10. my fave too! love going there post-dinner for a cappuccino and gelato (maybe cannoli too?) ;)

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  11. It's such an adorable place, and I love, love that photo of the interior.

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  12. You have me craving a cappuccino now!

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  13. I was just here last week - I actually got the cap with Bailey's cordial on the side. And a tiramisu, of course. SO good.

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