Note: We’ve appended a photo showing off Caffè Di Firenze’s espresso machine to the end of this story.
New signage is up in the windows of the Henry Brashear Building at 910 Prairie St. downtown on account of Caffè Di Firenze‘s recent move into the place. It’s now serving drinks and food inside and plans to do so on the outside, too, once the city signs off on permission for chairs and tables to go on the sidewalk. The photo at top shows the storefront pretty much the same as it’s been since going red in 2016. Except now some new tri-colored tiling peeks out from underneath the doors.
Inside, there’s this hashtagged wall of greenery:
It fronts a seating area adjacent to the bar. The rest of the chairs and tables drop back like so:
The crown jewel of the establishment: its shiny new espresso machine, situated behind the front counter.
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Missing from the pictures here: their fantastic espresso machine. Its a focal piece for the shop, like a counter-bound chandelier.
What is being built at 502 main? It is two buildings away from this and there are tables chairs and a chic upper area like the local foods across the street.