The Veneto and Friuli–Venezia Giulia

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  • 1. Caffè Pedrocchi

    No visit to Padua is complete without taking time to sit in this historic café and iconic Padovano venue, patronized by luminaries like the French...

    No visit to Padua is complete without taking time to sit in this historic café and iconic Padovano venue, patronized by luminaries like the French novelist Stendhal in 1831. Nearly 200 years later, it remains central to the city's social life. The café was built in the Egyptian Revival style, and it's now famed for its innovative aperitivi and signature mint coffee. The accomplished, innovative restaurant serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The grand salons and terrace provide a backdrop for the occasional jazz, swing, and cover bands.

    Piazzetta Pedrocchi, Padua, Veneto, 35100, Italy
    049-8781231
  • 2. Antico Caffè San Marco

    Few cafés in Italy can rival Antico Caffè San Marco for its historic and cultured atmosphere. Founded in 1914, it was largely destroyed in World...

    Few cafés in Italy can rival Antico Caffè San Marco for its historic and cultured atmosphere. Founded in 1914, it was largely destroyed in World War I and rebuilt in the 1920s, then restored several more times, but some of the original Art Nouveau interior remains. It became a meeting place for local intellectuals and was the haunt of the Triestino writers Italo Svevo and Umberto Saba. It remains open until midnight on Friday and Saturday, and light meals are available.

    Via Battisti 18, 34125, Italy
    040-2035357
  • 3. Caffè degli Specchi

    For a great view of the great piazza, you can't do better than this café, whose many mirrors make for engaging people-watching. Originally opened in...

    For a great view of the great piazza, you can't do better than this café, whose many mirrors make for engaging 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 someone British. Because of its location, the café—which stays open late—is heavily frequented by tourists. It's now owned by the Segafredo Zanetti coffee company, and some feel it has lost its local character.

    Piazza Unità d'Italia 7, Trieste, Friuli Venezia Giulia, 34121, Italy
    040-368033
  • 4. Caffè Tommaseo

    Founded in 1830, this classic café is a comfortable place to linger, especially on weekend evenings and at lunchtime (11–1:30) on Sunday, when there's live...

    Founded in 1830, this classic café is a comfortable place to linger, especially on weekend evenings and at lunchtime (11–1:30) on Sunday, when there's live music. Although you can still have just a coffee, Tommaseo has evolved into a restaurant, with an extensive menu. It's open nightly until 10:30.

    Piazza Tommaseo 4/C, Trieste, Friuli Venezia Giulia, 34121, Italy
    040-362666
  • 5. I Paesi del Caffè

    Closed Permanently

    More modern than old world, this café, open until 11 pm, brews coffee and sell beans of most of the top varieties, including Jamaica Blue...

    More modern than old world, this café, open until 11 pm, brews coffee and sell beans of most of the top varieties, including Jamaica Blue Mountain.

    Via Einaudi 1, Trieste, Friuli Venezia Giulia, 34123, Italy
    040-633897

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