From a flat white to an espresso by way of a cappuccino, nothing beats a coffee (in any form) to warm up on a cold winter day. Take a quick tour of the best caffeinated hotspots in Europe.
Cover photo: @satanscoffeeco on Instagram
Morning Bar in Athens (Greece)
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A hit with locals, this café offers both Greek pastries and international treats to enjoy with a strong coffee (pronounced ellinikos) or a cold-pressed juice.
Odissea Androutsou 36, Athens 117 41
Orsonero Coffee in Milan (Italy)
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Here, it’s all about the details: the coffee beans, which are ground on site, come from Gardelli (one of the most famous roasters in the city). And did we mention the delicious sugar croissants? Bonus: the café mascot is an adorable French bulldog.
Via Giuseppe Broggi 15, 20129 Milan
Lille Bakery in Copenhagen (Denmark)
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Good bread and good coffee to create a community around good things: that is the mantra of this establishment, which works with the best local artisans of the city. Don’t leave without trying a raspberry beignet.
Refshalevej 213A, 1432 Copenhagen
Café Prückel in Vienna (Austria)
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A spacious mirrored room with a chandelier and rows of armchairs. If you can only choose one café in Vienna to stop in, this is it. On the menu: comforting coffee and an impressive array of pastries. The speciality: kaiserschmarrn, little Viennese pancake morsels with sugar or jam.
Stubenring 24, 1010 Vienna
Dreamin Man in Paris (France)
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Yet another café in the République neighbourhood, but behind a typically Parisian façade hides one of the best filtered coffees in the capital. The must-taste: the horse-shaped shortbread cookies.
140 rue Amelot, 75011 Paris
Satan’s Coffee in Barcelona (Spain)
Photo: @satanscoffeeco on Instagram
This great spot is a welcoming space designed like a meeting place for local coffee-lovers. Stop by for the pastries to go and the seasonal creations.
Gran Via de les Ports Catelanes, 700 Barcelona
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