"There are ten or so cafés behind the little tables, most of them pleasant both inside and out... but the ones preferred by Anne and Mary and by Boss Dog, who was something of an instinctive snob... were his own Glacier at one end of the Cours, owned by the dog and his stylishly dressed mistress, and the Deux Garcons at the other end. ..." "The girls and their mother soon got into the agreeable Aixois habit of stopping at either the one or the other for lemonade hot chocolate vanilla ice cream dry vermouth brandy even coffee even plain soda water." —MFK Fisher, The Boss Dog: a story of Provence, 1991
Café Lipp, Paris, the early 80s.
|L'Avazza, Le Gamin Soho, 90s.|
|9th Street Café, East Village, 2010.|