When I travel, wherever I travel, added than museums, monuments, temples, churches and, alike restaurants, I seek out a café.
The affidavit are many. Nowhere absolutely represents a abode like its cafés. What would Vienna, Rome and Paris be afterwards theirs? It’s not aloof the history or the opulence. It’s the window on the world. You see accustomed bodies – locals as able-bodied as visitors – advancing and going, demography time out amid assignment and home, affair accompany or colleagues, aing families. If they’re not appropriate beside you in the café, you watch them on the artery or from your atramentous terrace.
Depending on the time of day, I ability ask for a wake-me-up espresso, a column prandial cortado or a late-night carajillo – a atramentous coffee with a birr of brandy. I sometimes dine, sometimes wine. If it’s mild I’ll accept an algid coffee, or an ice cream. I usually booty a book, to apprehend or to columnist in. We’re all accustomed with the accord amid writers and philosophers and their favourite cafés.
On a holiday, the café is everyone’s favourite postcard-scribbling spot: a amplitude to relax, accumulate thoughts, bethink admired ones.
In Italy cafés assume to be all about activity and the burghal hustle – a quick shot, a abrupt barter of account and gossip, and off to work, or play, we go.
In Turkey, cafés are social, there to apathetic activity down, with soft, advanced seats and conceivably a hookah aqueduct to puff. In Paris – and those abounding cities that challenge it, from Buenos Aires to Tangier to Hanoi – the café is a way of life: it’s breadth to be alone, breadth to flirt, breadth to confess, confer, create.
My favourite cafés are about as baby to me as the places breadth I’ve lived. Aback I go aback to assertive cities, abnormally in my favourite continent, South America, I arch for those cafés – to acknowledgment my blessed acknowledgment and blow base.
The afterward another contains 40 of my own choices, with 10 by The Telegraph’s bounded experts, who abide in or commonly revisit their favourite cities.
A abundant café is as important a crusade armpit as a cathedral, a world-class museum, an age-old ruin or a avant-garde architectural marvel. Some accept licences to serve booze, some will be accepted locally as bars, abounding do aliment – but these iconic cafés put coffee and a chat-conducive vibe at the centre of their operations.
A 1902 art nouveau adorableness – as far removed from the brown, boozy “coffee houses” as the design merchants are from the blockhead dealers. Leaded decrepit bottle windows and Tiffany lamps accumulate the autogenous soothingly low-lit, and aphotic copse floors and geometric décor add a sober, rather Dutch bend to the comfortable excess. Booty a stool at the attractive arced bar or bag one of the ample booths for an Amsterdam breakfast featuring bake-apple loaf, annoy cheese and ox sausage. The café was afresh refurbished but the vibe is still intact. Allotment of the Amsterdam American Hotel, and called afterwards the adulterated espresso accepted Stateside.
Leidsekade 97 (0031 20 556 3010; cafeamericain.nl)
With its domed ceiling, adorned azulejos and copper-coloured columns topped with gold capitals, this baroque art nouveau coffee and block boutique on the bend of the celebrated Bairro Alto is a celebrity to behold. Freshly broiled bread, pastries, ablaze candy and able bicas (espressos, which in Portugal use robusta as able-bodied as arabica beans) and cappuccinos are served at the glass-topped arced adverse or at baby tables – with basement outside. A asphalt at the rear is inscribed “Cathedral of Bread”; that’s absolutely what it looks like, admitting the account is accidental and friendly.
Rua Dom Pedro V 57 (0035 1 21 322 4356)
This attenuated counter-style café reminds us of the West End coffee bang of the Fifties, aback Italian expats and travelling salesmen alien their contemporary steam-pressure espresso machines to the basal – though, aperture in 1949, Bar Italia hardly predated it. Neon-lit, still application a admirable old Gaggia machine, with red and white Formica bar, football memorabilia and affably anarchic ceilings – the Italian Tricolore is everywhere – it evokes a bohemian Soho that has continued been gentrified into oblivion.
21 Frith Artery (020 7734 4737; baritaliasoho.co.uk)
Once aloft a time, best shops were apparently a bit like this – awash with variety, run by helpful, advisory staff, and focused on amount rather than Instagrammability. Opened in 1887, this quirky, tiny, acutely ambrosial Soho abundance alone does takeaway or “standing room” coffee, and tea, but it stocks a ambit of admirable beans (80 varieties at the aftermost count, at £1 a shot), as able-bodied as confectionery, grinders, mokas and spices. An atmospheric aberration in axial London.
52 Old Compton St (020 7437 2480; algcoffee.co.uk)
Behind the affected 1860 façade is an operatic Belle Époque fantasy of clear chandeliers, marble floors, cautiously sculptured stucco, bas reliefs and oils by Neapolitan mural artists. The panettone, pastries and ice chrism are amid the best in the burghal – the sfogliatella riccia (lobster appendage pastry abounding with cream) is allegorical – and the espressos hot and strong. Audience accept included Oscar Wilde, proto-fascist bookish Gabriele d’Annunzio (though the café was bankrupt for a spell for its acceptability as a hub of anti-fascist dissent), Ernest Hemingway and Jean-Paul Sartre.
Via Chiaia 1, Balustrade Trieste e Trento 42 (0039 081 41 75 82; grancaffegambrinus.com)
This is the abode that fabricated the pancake gourmet, and although not decidedly account as crêperies go, it’s streets advanced of the antagonism in agreement of quality. While crêperies are generally absolved as restaurants for children, actuality the ambience is afflicted bank hut and the audience fashionable Marais. The best of savoury galettes and candied crêpes ranges from archetypal complète (egg, cheese and ham) to aesthetic creations.
109 rue Vieille-du-Temple, 75003 (0033 1 42 72 13 77; breizhcafe.com)
Formerly the Elite, this 1921 enactment dazzles afore you alike get a it. The art nouveau marble façade, with its dozens of baby windows and active tracery, turns gold aback the lights appear on inside. With its abundant varnished woodwork, covering upholstery and adorned mirrors, it’s aloof the affectionate of abode breadth you can brainstorm anchorage acreage administration affair their landed friends; the menu, as able-bodied as a ambit of coffees and cakes, appearance desserts akin to best ports.
Rua Santa Catarina, 112 (00351 222 003 887; cafemajestic.com)
The Czech basal has its fair allotment of admirable cafés and bohemian bars, but this 18-year-old about-face of a allegorical breadth stands out for absorption to detail, pared-back artlessness and air-conditioned clientele. Beneath the barrel-like alveolate ceiling, Twenties-style armchairs, tables and antiques, and admirable low lighting, actualize an atmosphere that would clothing a political complot; apt again that Kafka mulled over aesthetics in the aboriginal Montmartre.
Retezova 7 (00420 602 277 210)
Skip the hipster espresso confined and adore the awakening agreeableness of this 1959 institution. Aphotic copse tables, craven walls and lots of nude oils and a red carpeting hit the candied point amid blue and homey, and a army of aged audience and adolescent barter ensures a nice atmosphere. Chargeless clarify coffee refills and big chrism buns.
Odengatan 80-82 (0046 08 32 01 06; ritorno.se)
Not the aboriginal Swansea Kardomah – Hitler put paid to that in 1941 – but it feels and looks like it. Opened in 1957, this wonderful, spacious, family-friendly café-restaurant still has aboriginal copse panelling, tiled attic and deco-ish reliefs, accouterment a homesickness fix for its abounding chief clients. As added affidavit that caffs are about time-travel, Doctor Who acclimated the Kardomah as a breadth and Russell T Davies has been spotted sipping here. The old Castle St “Kardomah Gang” included Dylan Thomas, Alfred Janes and Vernon Watkins; this one is frequented by the bodies they wrote about and painted.
Morris Buildings, 11 Portland St (01792 652336; kardomahcoffeeshop.co.uk)
Italy’s best underrated burghal was already the bank beginning of the Habsburg Empire. No wonder, then, that it has several cafés as admirable as any in Vienna. The home of Illy, Trieste was already a above anchorage for coffee accession from Africa and Asia; Triestinos accept about 40 words for coffee and they’re actual absolute about how they appetite it served. This elegant, all-embracing bookshop café, opened in 1914, has an abundant secession-style autogenous and admirable frescoes. It was the hub of the anti-Austrian irredentist movement and has associations with James Joyce as able-bodied as bounded writers, conspicuously Italo Svevo.
Via Battisti 18 (0039 040 064 1724; caffesanmarco.com)
Any company to this handsome Piedmontese burghal will anon ascertain that bicerin is a affluent coffee, amber and chrism alcohol – ideal for Alpine winter afternoons. Whether or not it was invented in this admirable café, actuality aback 1763, is accessible to catechism – but the abode does a beggarly version. Absolutely baby and cosy, but abounding of handsome mirrors, marble tables and wrought-iron fixtures, Caffè al Bicerin reflects the advancement coffee houses underwent during the 1800s, aimed at cartoon in merchants and industrialists and – abnormally for the time – affluent women audience too. Barter accept included Nietzsche, Puccini, Umberto Eco (who appearance the café in The Prague Cemetery) and Susan Sarandon. Lavazza has its HQ in Turin, authoritative it Trieste’s battling for the acclaimed appellation of “Italian coffee capital”.
Piazza della Consolata, 5 (0039 011 436 9325; bicerin.it)
Thomas Bernhard, the atramentous novelist, acclimated to branch here, but don’t let that put you off. The Braunerhof is not anxiously a arcane abode but it attracts added than its fair allotment of writers and – a added abundant accumulation – those who would like to be writers. Some coffee houses attending bigger aback they are busy. This one looks best aback the lunchtime army has left, abrogation afternoon dreamers to flick through the boss another of newspapers.
Stallburggasse 2 (0043 1 512 3893)
The Austrian basal is a austere coffee city, with several celebrated dens frequented by composers, artists, writers, generals and dukes. Some are chock-full by tourists. Abounding are aureate and overwrought. The Hawelka, opened in the aphotic year of 1939, still manages to feel bounded and agilely bohemian, and a little removed from the basal day-tripper circuits. Agenda that the Viennese accept their own words, so there are no cappuccinos or lattes here, but, rather, mélange, schwarzer and einspanner.
Dorotheergasse 6 (0043 1 512 82 30; hawelka.at)
Sharing the aforementioned armpit as the baby but aesthetic architecture exploring the dada movement – which was founded actuality in 1916 – the bar-café serves acceptable coffee, ability ales and cocktails, and a another of absinthes, until 3am seven canicule a week. During the Aboriginal Apple War, Switzerland was a safe anchorage for artists and the assemblage who aggregate actuality – including Tristan Tzara, Jean/Hans Arp and Emmy Hennings – were absolutely cosmopolitan. Twenty-first aeon Zurich is a cyberbanking hub, and this is a little well-preserved bend of aesthetic radicalism. The amplitude is still affected and fun, and acceptance accumulation in afterwards lectures.
Spiegelgasse 1 (0041 43 268 5720; cabaretvoltaire.ch)
This 1953 coffee boutique in the Balustrade commune serves some of the best coffee in the Ethiopian capital, sourcing its beans from beyond the highlands – said to be the antecedent of the aboriginal agrarian coffee bushes. It’s a stand-and-sip joint, but the African-themed décor, best furnishings, map, ornaments and attentive agents accomplish it special, and added atmospheric than contempo Tomoca outlets. Coffee is arena on armpit and awash by the kilo for takeaway.
Wawel St (00251 11 111 1781; tomocacoffee.com)
Though opened in 2007, Reslau is advised a staple, a stalwart, a adept in this coffee-mad city. Allotment of the celebrated Elliott Stables precinct, it’s small, smart, sombrely lit and staffed by absorbing waiters and accomplished baristas – who whip up accomplished froths application sweetish Rangitoto alloy coffee. The bakery turns out acclaimed pastries and there are artistic takes on breakfast standards. Beans on acknowledgment with sumac and kale, anyone?
39 Elliott Artery (09 309 5039; reslau.co.nz)
Opened in 1928 on the armpit of an old pulpería – a accepted abundance associated with the gaucho era – this archetypal bend café has chequered tiling on the floors, baby board tables advised for acquaintance and the abounding abandoned clients, beam fans, about Argentine “fileteado” accessory signage, and ample windows overlooking two old streets in San Telmo. A bubbler den for British railway workers, the mad generals of the aftermost absolutism (1976-83) insisted it should be renamed El Tánico. In 2006 it was threatened with closure, but bounded celebrities and audience campaigned auspiciously to save it. The burghal was founded in the esplanade adverse the south-facing windows.
399 Ave Brasil (0054 11 4361 2107)
One of the abundant capitals of coffee culture, Buenos Aires has added than 80 “cafés notables” – celebrated confined and cafés listed by the burghal government and supposedly, but not always, protected. Laid-back, anxiously active La Biela, while iconic, is still a abode for locals to accommodated over a ample cortado. In aesthetic Recoleta, not bristles minutes’ airing from the marble-walled necropolis breadth Evita is entombed alongside the aristocrats she detested, it was consistently a hang-out for the acute set. In the Fifties, antagonism drivers caroused actuality (“biela” is “con rod”). Sit central beneath beam admirers and old photographs or on the al adorn terrace, beneath the behemothic limbs of a elastic tree. For an after-dinner treat, adjustment a carajillo (espresso with bounded brandy).
Corner of Junín and Quintana (0054 11 4804 0449; labiela.com)
The best acclaimed – and admirable – café in South America, the Tortoni, which confused to this armpit in 1880 (the aboriginal Tortoni opened in 1858), is a allurement for tourists, but if you go aboriginal affair in the morning, or in winter, you will calmly get a bench and see no selfie-snappers for several hours. Green marble tables, Tiffany lamps and copse panelling accord it article of the air of a comfortable library – fittingly, as authors from Jorge Luis Borges to Roberto Arlt admired to authority academician tertulias here.
825 Avenida de Mayo (0054 11 4342 4328; cafetortoni.com.ar)
As the second-biggest coffee ambassador on the planet afterwards Brazil, and the world’s arch exporter of robusta beans, Vietnam should accept added acceptable cafés. Hanoi’s Café Giang, accustomed in 1946, survived wars and woes by relocating and is now on an alleyway in the Old Quarter. It’s basic, cosy and friendly. The abode aspect is ca phe trung, or egg coffee, a alcohol that arose because it acclimated to be easier to get egg yolk than milk – abridged milk, chrism and cheese are added to accomplish it ambrosial and super-sweet.
39 Nguyen Huu Huan Artery (0084 04 294 0495; giangcafehanoi.com)
This Kadikoy athletic opened in 1923. Everything about it is busy, from the blatant tiles on the bar and base to the anarchic ataxia of sacks and accouterment to the connected cartage of customers. Top-grade Brazilian beans are broiled and arena on site, again brewed in a baby nut pan accepted as a cezve and served with a allotment of Turkish delight. Fazil Bey has several branches, but this is the original.
1a Serasker Cad (0090 216 450 2870)
La Paz is not yet a austere coffopolis. New, contemporary and abnormally named, this baby café tucked central one of the Bolivian capital’s best-known bookshops, Gisbert, is by some admeasurement the nicest abode to blow aback the abundant pavements of burghal – or the attenuate air – abrasion you out. Old typewriters honour the ability of the author, and accomplished baristas about-face out steamed, dripped, nitro and apprenticed brews, application accomplished beans from the baking Yungas region.
1270 Calle Comercio (0059 12 22 00 122; thewriterscoffee.com)
With its handsome wooden, wine-filled bar and affectation cabinets, old photos and mirrors on the walls, this 1905 café is one of the Peruvian capital’s best back-slapping coffee stops. Confined austere cafeteria book from about noon, it’s abundant for breakfast from 8am and is acclaimed for its butifarra – a sandwich of slow-cooked pork. On a bend adverse the presidential palace, it’s continued been a favourite with politicos.
202 Jirón Ancash (0051 1 427 0181; restaurantecordano.com)
Since 1954 – continued afore this city’s oft-reported barista bang – this archetypal espresso bar has been accouterment shots of superb Italian-style coffee (using the aforementioned Vittoria beans over all those years), as able-bodied as able ravioli, minestrone soup and granitas. The archetypal chequered floor, arenaceous posters and paintings, beam of neon and two continued rows of stools draw audience as able-bodied as celebrities including Hollywood stars Ava Gardner, Anthony Perkins and Russell Crowe.
68 Bourke Artery (0061 3 9662 1885; on Facebook)
If there were a antagonism for Biggest Café Boast aback it comes to clients, this alveolate 1952 enactment in the Juárez neighbourhood would win it. Legend holds not alone that Fidel Castro and Che Guevara advised the Cuban anarchy here, but additionally that the adopted Colombian columnist Gabriel García Márquez wrote some of his 1967 atypical One Hundred Years of Solitude. Waitresses are a bit acerb – as is the coffee (locals add abridged milk) – but the aerial walls, huge atramentous and white cityscapes, dangling admirers and spaced-apart tables arm-twist a altered era and a altered Mexico City. Added VIP barter accept included Mexican artist Octavio Paz and Chilean biographer Roberto Bolaño.
62 Avenida Morelos (0055 5546 0255; on Facebook)
Like best things in the Uruguayan capital, this “grand old” café – opened in 1877 – is absolutely rather baby and humble. Plain board tables and panelling, connected photographs on the walls, handsome chandeliers and a cool, low-lit autogenous accomplish it feel writerly. Columnist Eduardo Galeano was a regular, the Café Galeano, with amaretto, honouring his memory. In the Old City, but off the basal pedestrianised drag, it’s added accepted with breakfasting businesspeople and lunching locals than tourists, who in any case are in rather abbreviate accumulation in the city.
1447 Ituzaingó (00598 2917 2035; cafebrasilero.com.uy)
Montreal’s already Frenchified café arena is now bedeviled by “invite only” association clubs, polyvalent workspaces and opportunists claiming Leonard Cohen bound his aboriginal masterpieces on their stools. Olimpico is abundant because it’s aloof a café. Opened in 1970 in the affected (increasingly gentrified) Mile End district, it’s a assuredly busy, alive little brown-hued café, axis out superb espressos, macchiatos and cappuccinos to a alloyed clientele. With Italian pop piped in and football flags flapping, it’s added like a Milanese hole-in-the-wall than annihilation Canadian, or French, for that matter.
124 Rue St-Viateur West (001 514 495 0746; cafeolimpico.com)
This dimly lit Greenwich Village archetypal coffee boutique claims the appellation of “the aboriginal cappuccino bar”, buyer and beautician Domenico Parisi accepting alien the aboriginal espresso apparatus to the United States in 1927 to serve his barter while they waited. Sepia tones predominate, with angry oils and reliefs on the walls, intricately carved benches – with bendable cushions – and the aboriginal machine, an adorned assumption beauty, on show. Audience accept included the Beats, Bob Dylan and Joseph Brodsky.
119 MacDougal St (001 212 475 9557; caffereggio.com)
Originally accustomed in 1905, but afterwards bankrupt down, Pretoria’s oldest café reopened in 1994 as a coffee boutique and bistro. On a attractive bend with a façade active with an art nouveau sunburst mural – and proto-deco geometric patterns – the al adorn breadth beneath the tin roof looks like a saloon, while the central is about pub-like, with stools, a continued board bar and a tiled floor.
2 Abbey Square (0027 12 323 1332; on Facebook)
Opened in 1894 by Portuguese immigrants, this opulent, high-ceilinged art nouveau-style salon is affected by a attractive stained-glass skylight and a aggregation of mirrors and clear glassware, harking aback to Rio’s canicule as basal and bread-and-er powerhouse. Located in the Centro – aing to the banks rather than the beaches – it’s been the talking boutique for presidents, intellectuals, writers and musicians. The bench café does a acceptable another of pastries – including archetypal Portuguese delicate de nata and the aboriginal caipirinha acerb – while the first-floor balustrade is added geared for dining.
32 Rua Gonçalves Dias (0055 21 2505 1500; confeitariacolombo.com.br)
Jesús Martín is a coffee agriculturalist accustomed with giving Colombian beans their all-embracing profile; his small, rustic-looking flagship café in Salento in the affection of Colombia’s alleged Coffee Triangle, claim admittance actuality because it’s appropriate at the antecedent – and because the expertly accomplished baristas brainwash and enthuse while confined up beginning espressos, drips and filtered brews.
Calle 6 (0057 300 7355679; (cafejesusmartin.com)
Though it is a coffee powerhouse, Costa Rica is not accepted for its cafés. Alma de Café, in the above “ladies’ salon” of the backward 19th-century civic theatre, is alone seven years old, but is affected in an old-world manner, with affectionate beam frescoes, clover drapes, chandeliers and an ornately advised bar that looks like a abbey altar. It additionally has abundant quiches and crepes and able shots of accomplished Café Britt coffee.
Corner of 2nd Avenue/5th Artery (00506 2010 1110)
Beach collective and Exhausted collective – Allen Ginsberg, Jack Kerouac and Neal Cassady (the archetypal for the antihero in Kerouac’s On the Road) afraid out actuality – the décor central and alfresco this 1948 café melds Viennese circle with Frisco freak. Art plasters two storeys of walls and the continued bar, lit by Tiffany lamps, is acceptable for coffee – with or afterwards shots of brandy, whisky or added spirits. Together with the Burghal Lights bookshop beyond the alley, this much-loved Chinatown bar is a battleground in the adventure of American counterculture.
255 Columbus Avenue (001 415 362 3370; vesuvio.com)
Opened in 1975, aback Seattle was allowance kick-start the “third wave” of aspect and artisanal coffee-making, the Allegro has kept to its attempt of confined the association and audience – abounding associated with the university – with anxiously fabricated lattes, collapsed whites and espressos application its accomplished abode blends of small-batch beans. Exposed brickwork, a aerial bank bashed in colourful adverts and committed art amplitude accord it a casual, studenty vibe.
4214 University Way NE (001 206 633 3030; seattleallegro.com)
For coffee-lovers, this rather handsome, low-key, standing-room-only café is account a abrupt pit stop. In aerial division it’s a day-tripper magnet, with queues likely, but that’s because it’s the oldest actual Starbucks. The first, opened in 1971, was at adjacent 2000 Western Avenue, affective to 1912 Pike Abode six years later. Adulation chains or abhorrence them, here’s breadth America put coffee on to a assembly line, accepting already done it with automobiles, movies, burgers and pizzas – allowance barrage a all-around affairs movement.
1912 Pike Abode (001 206 448 8762; 1912pike.com)
In a burghal generally advised in chains to the new and techy, this 1956 dabang – acceptable coffee boutique – in the celebrated Jongno commune makes for a admirable alternative. Formerly a axis of political discussion, aback Korean acceptance aggregate to altercate democracy, it still has a student-oriented, affected feel, with cosy booths and old vinyls on display. The abode blends are consistently excellent, the aspect chrism cheese block is abundant and it has algid coffees and lemonade.
119 Daehak-ro (0082 2 742 2877, hakrim.pe.kr)
Formerly endemic by the boxer Luigi Coluzzi, and rammed with colourful memorabilia, this is a attenuate athletic in a arena authentic by fads. It draws a army of attorneys and judges, aged Italian gents, Darlinghurst s and cyclists clad in Lycra. It’s actual Aussie, yet the al adorn terrace could be on a balustrade in Naples. Half a aeon is age-old in Sydney – and the coffee is top-notch.
322 Victoria Artery (0061 2 9380 5420; on Facebook)
It’s accustomed that the burghal of rogues and writers, spies and sleazeballs, should accept a café culture. The Gran Café, gracing the bend beyond from Morocco’s French admiral aback 1927, has affluence of seats outside, breadth locals chatter, watch the cartage and smoke (they smoke inside, too) over cafés au lait. The appliance is retro; bendable vinyl wraparound seats and banquettes go some way to answer why no one seems in a bustle to leave. Francis Bacon and Jean Genet accept lounged here; films that accept acclimated the café as a breadth accommodate The Living Daylights and The Bourne Ultimatum.
1 Abode de France (00212 53 9 93 84 44)
The aboriginal Café Paulista (after Sao Paulo) opened in 1911 with chargeless shipments of beans from Brazil, allotment of a arrangement to advance coffee bubbler in tea-loving Japan. The 1923 convulsion destroyed the original. This Ginza breadth opened in 1970 and is actual abundant of that time: low-slung covering seats, houseplants and old engravings, and a accepted décor as amber as coffee. Beans are still alien from Brazil, and prices are low for the area.
1F Nagasaki Center Building, 8-9-16 Ginza, Chuo-ku (0081 120 55 2341; paulista.co.jp)
From the Edwardian architecture to the bulging blush neon signage to the unreconstructed décor – not to acknowledgment that anti-cool name – you’ve got to adulation this 1942 diner-cum-coffee shop. Climb on to one of the red vinyl stools accomplished into the attic by the continued Formica bar or bag a high-walled board berth to adore a bowl of omelette, pork chops or absurd craven with your clarify coffee or Ovaltine agitate – able on a best machine. Regularly acclimated as a blur location, aback it’s aphotic alfresco this abode takes on a audibly noirish Edward Hopper quality.
251 E Hastings Artery (001 604 685 7021; ovaltinecafe.ca)
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