Musings--photos--I am visual
Bleecker Street and the original Porto Rico coffee shop, memories of strong espresso at the Figaro cafe when Bob Dylan lived on MacDougal St. and the coffee houses thrived. Music, peace and love....
Yes--I met Charles Aznevour at Le Figaro back in the day and John Sebastian of The Loving Spoonful on Mac Dougal--those were the days!! Peace and Love always!!Thanks for commenting. Have a great weekend Ruth.
I wish you could post some pictures from the inside of this coffee shop. It is very interesting that this shop display all the coffee beans with bags instead of bowls or jars.
It is a small space inside which they use well--in front is a small coffee bar-mainly for orders to go and the rest of the space is tiny with sacks of wonderful coffee beans and on the wall there are shelves with a wonderful selection of teas. When I get a chance I will go there and see if I can take an inside photo. Thanks for commenting. I love coffee and this place rocks.
It's a tiny shop--I'll see what I can do.Thanks for reading and commenting.
Yeah, that’s right! My family and I often visited this place. We really enjoy being in this place. Incidentally, my family and I are coffee lovers. Therefore, we are often to this place. And by the way, it is very interesting that this shop display all the coffee beans with bags instead of bowls or jars.
I love this place too!! I am a coffee lover too. Good prices and great coffes and 3 different types of roasts--French-Italian and regular. Their decaffeinated coffees are great too. My fave-chocolate cherry. Have a great week.