Zum Arabischen Coffe Baum
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Zum Arabischen Coffe Baum information
One of Europe's oldest coffeehouses, this cosy multi-floor warren has been open since 1720. It's an atmospheric, if rather touristy, spot to try the famous local treat called Leipziger Lerche (lark) – a marzipan-filled shortcrust pastry. Other mouthwatering cakes, light meals and alcohol are also available. The small, free 'museum' has over 500 coffee-related objects.