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Caffe Reggio

In August, I enjoyed a lazy, espresso-fuelled afternoon in this place with Herr Doktor Zmirak and D. Riccardo.

This post was published on Sunday, October 9th, 2011 10:00 pm. It has been categorised under Errant Thoughts New York and been tagged under .
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  1. Dan
    13 October 2011
    8:51 pm

    I certainly hope you were able to get a clear understanding of Dr Zmirak’s views from the good doctor himself, because when I read his writings I’ll be damned if I know what on earth is going through his mind.

  2. Valeria Kondratiev
    14 October 2011
    8:57 pm

    I love the look of this place, with a Caravaggio on the wall and wonderful tin ceiling and old French looking metal furniture.

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