Proving that not every coffee shop must take its inspiration from Seattle in the ’90s, Caffé Streets has the look of a European coffee bar and the coffee expertise to match. The staff is comfortable talking beans (the selection of which changes weekly) and brewing styles, such as pour-over, Chemex and siphon. Housemade pastries include scones that skew both savory and sweet, plus croissants filled with ricotta and spinach for the vegetarians and ham with mustard for carnivores.
|Venue name:||Caffé Streets||Contact:|
1750 W Division St
|Cross street:||between Hermitage Ave and Wood St|
|Opening hours:||Mon–Sat 7am–8pm; Sun 7am–7pm|
|Transport:||El stop: Blue to Division. Bus: 9, 50, 56, 70.|
|Price:||Average cup of coffee: $3|
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Average User Rating
5 / 5
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Best coffee/ best cappuccino. They are all scientific about it. You'll never get a dull cup of java here. Doesn't matter what time you go.
Best cafe in Chicago! All of the pastries are made fresh in house every morning! Everything is delicious and the staff is the so great and friendly.
If you haven't been, you HAVE to go! Been living in Europe a decade and now back home in Chicago, this place makes me feel like I'm back in Italy or Spain or France or Austria... Plus- just look at the interior! AMAZING! so GO ALREADY!