For a great view of the great piazza, you couldn't do better than Caffè Degli Specchi, where the many mirrors make for great people-watching. Originally opened in 1839, it was taken over by the British Navy after World War II, and Triestini were not allowed in unless accompanied by an Englishman. Because of its location, it is the café most frequented by tourists, and it's open from 8 am to 9 pm. It is now under ownership of the Segafredo Zanetti coffee company, and
some feel it has lost its local character.
Piazza dell'Unità d'Italia 7, Trieste, 34121, Italy