What is so special about Greek Cafes?
Coffee means different to different people. I love coffee. Be it the hurried one before work or the relaxed one on a weekend brunch. Be it the neverending-chatter-with-friends kind of coffee, or It’s-snowing-let’s-walk-around-the-city-with-coffee-in-our-hands kind of coffee. I believe in the supreme power of coffee. And this might explain why I loved the charming cafes in Greece so much that I decided to dedicate a complete article to it.
Greece is one of those countries where food and drinks are more than just about flavors. They represent the local culture and the aesthetics and are served with never-ending friendly chatter. I don’t think I have ever seen any place with so many styles of cafes and restaurants. Each cafe/restaurant in Greece has a distinct character to it. The service is impeccable and quality is never compromised. I have gathered together some pictures from the recent #OffbeatGreece project to show some of the super stylish yet homely Greek cafes.
Here are my favorite photos from the chick and super trendy Greek cafes:
Check out: Roaming in Rome post for similar old town feel.
Can you blame me for falling in love with these beauties? Or for making multiple stops every day we were in Greece for coffee breaks? Which one did you like the best? Leave your reply in comments!
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If you are wondering why I am promoting #OffbeatGreece, I explained the Whys and Hows here. This article is a part of the 31 days series #OffbeatGreece I started in October 2016. You can find more articles from this series here.
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