Good for no frills cappuccino place. It's very plain but cappuccinos were right on the money. They reminded me of awesome cappuccinos we had in Italy.
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This café has been a Little Italy landmark since 1956 and has pretty well resisted changes of decor until a few years ago when the bathroom was renovated, an opening was cut between the service counter and the seating area in the back, etc.. You...More
We like to stop at the Caffe Italia after shopping at the wonderful "Milanos" grocery next door. The coffee is superb and their sandwiches are marvelous. This is not a ritzy restaurant by any means, it is a real down-to-earth Cafe and it is usually...More
A friend brought me to taste the capaccino... I was not dissapointed. A table for two just openned when we arrived. Sat down and the table was promptly cleaned by a nice server. All table were filled .... some older Italian gentlemen actively speaking their...More
I have been coming here since I was a kid, I find their coffee extremely strong (but good), and i love their breakfast croissants!!! I don't know which bakery they get them from, but their almond one is melt in your mouth.
Went there while visiting the little Italy; it have the reputation of having the best coffee in town; and it is deserved for sure. Charming staff, very authentic, you don't go there for the decoration obviously, but for the "overall" charm that the place have....More
Just got back from a business trip to Italy, keep coming back for a great cappuccino at Caffe Italia. I can say it's as good if not better than many coffee shops in Milan or Florence. Can't go wrong at caffe Italia you will get...More