If you are in Vienna, the best espresso in the area is likely to be in this place. If you cannot find their address at 107, you are looking on northwest Church Street, not northeast, just two blocks away. They have complimentary espresso tasting on Fridays and were serving an air-dried Ethiopean. The owner, Michael Amouri, roasts his own and is knowledgeable about coffee, but allows his baristas to put the complimentary espresso in paper cups. The shot I had from their Victoria Arduino (never saw another) had good crema and a fruity nose with a taste that was fruity, then chocolaty but then tasted of the paper cup. Michael pulled a second shot in ceramic for me which was a little sharper. Their croissants were good: crispy, darker than you find them most places in America, the way they should be, flaky, sweet and buttery. They serve soup; the squash soup was good, and they serve sandwiches. The walls are covered with vintage and not-so-vintage rock and roll album covers and I hear that occasionally they play them. The ambiance of the café was relaxing both times that I went there; I do not remember if any music was playing. If there was, it was not R&R.
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