From the Dublin iced coffee (coffee, Guinness stout, Jameson, simple syrup, cream, and a cinnamon stick), to the Siciliano (sweet vermouth, amaro, cold brew coffee, simple syrup, and club soda), to an espresso, cappuccino, or latte, Café Piazza knows exactly what it’s doing when it comes to this delicious caffeinated (or decaffeinated) beverage. And coffee-adoring visitors couldn’t find a better place to indulge in their favourite drink, as they know it’ll be served with a spectacular social atmosphere and the most complementary Italian dishes, nibbles, and desserts.
Tim goes on to tell us that a key focus of his when it comes to serving coffee is “making sure the product is handled and developed the proper way by the best farmers and roasters I can find.” As of late, Café Piazza has been working with Mina’s Coffee which imports beans from different regions across the world to be roasted locally, while raising money for the communities from which they originate.
So, what is Tim’s favourite coffee? He replies with delight, “I love all coffee! Recently, I tried a blend that Mina’s Coffee produced that is aged in whiskey barrels to give it that oaky taste. Very cool and unique!”
Meanwhile, also enhancing the divine ambience at Café Piazza is the art that adorns its walls, with the intention of intriguing, stimulating the senses, and promoting a sense of community. The café is keen to showcase and even sell the creations of local artists, with Paco Rosic and his spray paint interpretation of the Sistine Chapel being among those featured. If you’re interested in displaying your work, the café would love to hear from you! For more details on art at Café Piazza, visit: www.cafepiazza.com/about/art