Espresso

Originally an Italian technique of forcing hot water into very finely-ground coffee, espresso delivers powerhouse coffee flavor and aroma. Because of that, it comes in tiny portions when served alone and it is sometimes accompanied by sugar cubes and a lemon peel. Espresso’s intensity makes it an ideal foundation for countless coffee-house drinks that temper it with milk, cream, and flavorings from chocolate to pumpkin.

Restaurants With This Dish

Beyond Bread

TUCSON, AZ

5 Points Market & Restaurant

TUCSON, AZ

Blue Scorcher Bakery Cafe

ASTORIA, OR

Bread & Chocolate

SAINT PAUL, MN

A shot of espresso at Monorail Espresso
Monorail Espresso

SEATTLE, WA

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French Meadow

MINNEAPOLIS, MN

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