Re: [71attendees] espresso report

"Dan Wing" <dwing@cisco.com> Wed, 12 March 2008 14:45 UTC

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> I strongly recommend the espresso at the coffee booth in the 
> old market, across the street from the hotel.  It's called I 
> think Old City Coffee or something close, and it's one of 
> the best espressos I had ever in North America. 

I had an espresso there yesterday.  My espresso was not nearly 
as good as yours -- mine was slightly bitter and had little 
crema.  I will try them again today after lunch, though, based
on you and Aaron saying they had good espresso.

http://www.espressomap.com is a good resource for US espresso.

-d

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