One of the best bakeries in New York, United States – and you really can’t run out of sugar supply here – is Magnolia. It is located at the Rockefeller Center and is therefore easily reachable by subway. What I absolutely loved was their interpretation of cheesecake (one of New York’s specialties) made with raspberries.
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Coppelia is the state-owned ice cream parlor in Cuba, offering different flavours of ice cream – highly appreciated on hot days. The store in La Habana, Cuba has 400 employees and serves 35.000 customers a day. Coppelia was created by a project led by Fidel Castro who wanted to introduce dairy products into Cubas daily life. Continue reading “Coppelia”
The Eisdiele Sabine in Dorf Tirol, Italy is the most important ice cream parlor of my childhood. It is located in Merano and there is a branch in Dorf Tirol which we visited frequently on our yearly trips to Alto Adige. Continue reading “Eisdiele Sabine”
Maybe it is nothing special and always returning here is just a strange tradition of mine – but I like the Cafe Plaka in Αθήνα, Greece. It is located underneath the Acropolis in the nice city quarter called Plaka and it has a wonderful roof terrace. Continue reading “Frappé metrio me gala”
The Café de Flore is a nice old coffee bar in Paris, France. It can be found in Saint-Germain-des-Prés close to the famous Boulevard Saint-Germain and is a second home to different intellectuals. It exists since 1887. Continue reading “Café de Flore”
One of the most important coffee bars in the world with many imitations around the global: the Café Central in Wien, Austria. It was opened in 1876 and famous guests were Sigmund Freud, Hugo von Hofmannsthal, Franz Kafka, Robert Musil and Stefan Zweig.
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