How do Italian coffee shops afford to stay open, let alone profit, from selling espressos at 90…
Kav Van der Linden

“Latte” doesn’t exist in Italy: the word means “milk”. You’d get hot milk if you order a latte.

Cappuccino costs 1.20–2.00 euros depending on the fancyness of the place.

SF is expensive.

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