There she is, good ol flo!
Water served in glasses. No wasted plastic!
I ordered my stand by cappuccino. Flocafe's is strong with a dense layer of foam. Service comes with a warm cookie, of course.
Aunt Mary shewed me off to look at over priced purses while she ordered some snacks to go with our java juice: a cookie and muffin. Wow, so not Greek. All of a sudden everyone in Greece loves muffins and big cookies. Damn the person who invented muffins. The cookie person, we can let live. The Greek version of a muffin is a dark chocolate, dense and not overly sweet cake with some droppings of vanilla batter on top. Aunt Mary liked the muffin, I scoffed at it like a Greek American snob. The sad thing is that this muffin cost 2.2 Euros, which is a little over $3!!!! The cookie had white chocolate chips in it. Ugh. What happened to the koulourakia? Ol Flo is trying a little too hard to compete with Sista Starbucks.
You can see the damage for 2 cappuccinos, 1 espresso and 2 pastries. It kind of hurts, but you get to drink from real porcelain and waiters bring you your coffee. Old school style. Hang in there Flo!
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