Café la Plata
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Café la Plata information
The city's most sophisticated cafe by far, this handsome, high-ceilinged place is comfortable and chic in a restored sort of way, and a good place to hang out, especially at one of the window seats with views of the plaza. There are rich espressos, magazines to read, and wine served by the glass. Pastas, cakes, salads, sandwiches – it’s all done well.