Caffè del Doge
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Caffè del Doge information
Sniff your way to the affable Doge, where dedicated drinkers slurp their way through the menu of speciality imported coffees from Ethiopia to Guatemala, all roasted on the premises. If you're feel especially inspired, you can even pick up a coffee percolator. Add a block of chocolate and you have yourself the perfect pick-me-up.