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Best Coffee Houses/Tea Rooms in Milan

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Cova

Tracing its roots to 1817, Cova is one of the most elegant, sophisticated, and distinguished cafes in the city. Located right in the middle of the fashion district, the cafe was established by Antonio Cova, a war veteran. Cozy seating spaces, pleasant lighting, and a friendly staff welcome you in the cafe. Their talented baristas ensure a perfect pull each time. Enjoy decadent pastries and flavorsome sandwiches prepared with the finest ingredients, or binge into some sinful desserts. Crowd is generally a mix of elite personalities and business connoisseurs.

Milan, Italy
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Jamaica

In the most acclaimed, publicized, and talked about zone of Milan of the magnificent years of Milan for "drinking", in Brera, one finds the Jamaica. While it was a meeting place for poets and artists at a time when the world was in a state of revolutionary turmoil, today at the Jamaica students and people of every age meet looking more to drink and have fun than to dwell upon the best social systems. Nonetheless, the Jamaica conserves all of its charm of a vanguard bar with its sparse and simple furnishings which help one to immerse oneself in the days when fashion, decorations and superfluous taste were everything. The tables which today occupy the street, a street free from automobiles, allow you to enjoy a cocktail a few metres from the Pinacoteca di Brera. Who knows, in the evening you could even meet a new boat designer or sailor, more or less by profession who have all but replaced the old cultural vanguard.

Milan, Italy
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Botega Caffe Cacao

Botega Caffé Cacao is an absolutely spectacular place to indulge your sweet tooth— hot chocolate, coffee, brioches and jam tarts in the traditional Italian Botega style. It is tradition, zeal and affection for the art of confectionery that gave birth to this café. Some of the beverages that you get here are hot chocolate with cream; coffee — it is simply the best — served in small cups; Suasantita — thick cream of milk mixed with superb coffee; or herbal teas — fruity or aroma herbal teas made with original recipes, served either hot or iced. Their delicious pastries and cakes are a must-eat if you happen to be in the area. They also host special events at regular intervals.

Milan, Italy
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Bianco Latte

The beautiful white interior will attract you as soon as you enter through the door. It is a great place to start your day with breakfast — but it is not just a breakfast joint. They have a wide range of home-made food to start your day like croissants, baci di dama, and a variety of biscuits, cookies and muffins. Bianco Latté also serves very good lunch and dinner. All the food that they serve here is freshly cooked every day. The setting changes at dinner time with dim lights and candles, with a special menu, called ‘Suggerimenti della Sera’ served in a cozy and romantic background with some excellent wine — absolutely magical for couples. Bianco is famous for its awesome home-made ice-creams and desserts, too.

Milan, Italy
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