This laid-back little coffeehouse serves up some of Venezuela's finest in chocolates, coffee, and the sweet and savory creations of chef-baker Carmela de Abreu. Among the freshly made picks: El Rey hot chocolate, with cinnamon and cardamom; cream of black bean soup; and beautiful Tres Leches cakes. Beverages and pastries are always available, but if you want a meal, be sure to visit between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m., Monday through Saturday.
With a full bar and free wi-fi, this Parma Heights coffee house makes it exceptionally easy to relax.
Now with a liquor license.
This airy, contemporary space houses a small but well-stocked art gallery and a friendly neighborhood coffee shop, with a menu built around sandwiches, salads and creative homemade soups. Some kid-sized tables and chairs help make this a hangout the whole family can enjoy.
Located just off the lobby of the Museum of Natural History, this colorful cafeteria makes a welcome stop for freshly prepared soups, sandwiches, salads, and entrées. Plenty of healthful, good-tasting options for vegetarians and kids are additional draws. And besides serving as a visitor amenity, the café is also open to the public, with no admission fee.
Nothing but breakfast served sunny side up Wednesday through Sunday at this popular West End café. Huge stuffed omelets, chewy buttermilk pancakes, and breakfast burritos are freshly prepared and restorative in nature. Don’t be put off by the line out the door; it just proves that people have good taste.
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