The cafe offers a variety of mouth-watering sandwiches, salads and soups for about the same price as Subway, yet these sanwiches are made from the finest ingedients, by italian recipes. The staff are exceptionally friendly and trained rigorously to make a guest's experience truly unforgettable. A warm Italian atmospehere of the coffee shop cosists of stone crafted tables, red leather benches and interesting artwork. This is a locally owned business, which opened three coffee shops in the past 17 months, has coffee lovers raving about it throughout the city.
Came here early Sunday morning for a cuppa joe. I like this location for the rounded barista area which keeps the traffic flow going. Unlike the other locations which always has crowds at both the beggining and end of the bar line.
I thought my latte was at best warm when served. It cooled way too quickly and there's nothing worse to me than a cold cup of coffee. I also find the baristas lacking in creativity when creating these latte arts - which is one of the main appeals of caffe "ART"igiano. The barista kept repeating heart, leaf, heart, leaf, and nothing else. Not sure if it was an urban myth - but I heard during Thanksgiving a friend got a turkey-shaped art latte. I've never seen anything other than the famous heart or leaf.
They still have excellent tasting coffee though and for that I will return.