Taglio is a place that is a little out of your way as a tourist. The interior and the coffee will make up for that fact though. The place hosts it’s own roastery and also has a restaurant area. Taglio’s interior is littered with things to discover and stuff to buy. This is a place where the old Italian coffee culture meets up with the 3rd wave culture. Try their Chemex filter or Hario V60 or sit down in their restaurant and grab some of that authentic Italian pasta!
Via Vigevano 10
20144 Milano MI, Italië
Tel: +39 02 3653 4294
Mon-Fri 11:00 to 15:30 (11:00 AM to 03:30 PM) and 18:00 to 00:00 (06:00 PM to 00:00 AM)
Sat-Sun 09:00 to 00:00 (09:00 AM to 00:00 AM)
Caffe Pascucci is a coffee shop that has two faces. Downstairs you will be met by several Baristas who will prepare you coffee. Don’t expect a chat with one of the Baristas; the place is always crowded and the Baristas have a bit of an air. The coffee is delicious though. Roasting their own beans you can be assured that your coffee is fresh. Hungry? Go upstairs and order an amazing salade or a lovely panini. With luck you will meet Eddi Righi, a world famous barista who does take his time to chat with you. Caffe Pascucci can also be found in Hong Kong and Spain.
Corso Europa 22
20122 Milano MI, Italië
Tel: +39 02 3659 6516
Mon-Fri 07:00 to 20:30 (07:00 AM to 08:30 PM)
Sat-Sun 08:00 to 20:30 (08:00 AM to 08:30 PM)
The Camparino Gallery
This is the place where it all began in Milano, Italy. The Camparino Gallery (Caffe Camparini) is the oldest coffee shop in Milano and is located next to the duomo. This is a place that is 100% Italian coffee culture. Pay the lady at the counter a little over 1 euro. Walk up to the counter, wait for 40 seconds to receive an amazing espresso, taste it, and after 1.45 minutes you will be outside again. I love it!
Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II
Piazza del Duomo 21
20121 Milano MI, Italië
Tel:+39 02 8646 4435
Tue-Sun 07:15 to 20:00 (07:15 AM to 08:00 PM)