Five Historic Cafés in Italy

Mar 02, 2022 250

BY: Silvia Donati

The historic cafés of Italy aren’t just places for drinking coffee; having retained the atmosphere and traditions of times gone by, they represent the memory and identity of those times and, therefore, of a part of Italian history. Not that the coffee and treats they offer should be overlooked. They are just as popular for their identity as they are for their delicacies. 

Caffè Mulassano, Turin

Caffè Mulassano is located on central Piazza Castello in Turin. It was built in Liberty style in 1907 and later taken over by an Italian couple returning from a few years living in Detroit. They were responsible for inventing the toast and the iconic tramezzino

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