When food and art comes together, beautiful things happen. This is definitely the case with latte art, where baristas act as artists and design pictures into your latte foam. Now, you can get a latte that is both delicious and nice to look at. Go to these cafés to enjoy these coffee confections that will definitely put a smile on your face.
1. Prufrock’s Coffee House – London, England
photo via London Thru Cafes
Not only can you get a great cup of coffee here, but Prufrock’s Coffee House is now specializing in making you the barista. If you want to learn how to make latte art at home or how to make the perfect espresso, they have private as well as group deals on training sessions with their professional and highly recognized baristas. This is a fun and different way to hang out in London, and you get to learn something new at the same time.
2. Clover Cafe – Annandale, Australia
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Clover Cafe in Annandale makes some beautiful coffee confections, but is also a favorite of locals because of their breakfast and lunch options. Definitely a place to check out if you’re ever in the area.
3. De Luxe – Brooklyn, NY
photo via Yelp
De Luxe in Brooklyn is a cozy coffee shop known for its latte art and yummy desserts. If you’re looking for a high-end, haughty coffee shop, this is not it. This cozy shop is definitely a place for some quiet time to enjoy a pastry and whatever coffee confection of your heart’s desire.
4. Urth Caffé – Los Angeles, CA
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Urth Caffé specializes all organic coffee, tea, pastries, and more. They also have some of the cutest latte art I have ever seen. There are also locations in Pasadena, Santa Monica, and Beverly Hills if you’re staying in other parts of California.
5. Granville Avenue Café/Metropolis Coffee Company – Chicago, IL
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This local coffee shop in the Roger’s Park area is the perfect spot to get a coffee of your choice. They are known in the area for making adorable creations. It’s also a popular spot for locals and Loyola students, and is a good spot to meet with friends or to get some studying done.
Want more latte art? check out Kazuki Yamamoto’s creations. The artist uses toothpicks and a spoon to make these sublime latte creations. Check out some of his below:
photos via Dailymail.uk
What is your favorite way to take your coffee?