The International Cafe has some great coffee and lite snacks. It gets crowded though.
Right in the Piazza with all the other fun, this bar serves light meals, specialty coffee, and a full bar menu throughout the day. The coffee is some of the best we’ve had on the sea, and you can get a cup 24 hours of the day. The tables have marble tops with dark chairs and they decorate this place with aged wine barrels. On sea days this venue is totally crowded in the afternoon, so try to avoid the heavy traffic.
We noticed that service could be really slow at times. We sat down, and for 5-minutes no one bothered to even address us, though we saw many servers standing around with nothing to do. One time we left without ordering anything because we could not get service.
There are a whole host of salads, like shrimp, tuna, and greek. You can get quiches, subs, panini, donuts, danishes, tarts, muffins, basically all the best and most indulgent foods you like. How about some creme brulee, ice cream, and cookies?
Coffee, coffee, wonderfully delicious coffee, is on order at the International Café. There is a large list of specialty coffee drinks, some made with espresso, and a list of Revolution teas. You can purchase a coffee card for about $30, which will get you 15 espresso drinks to caffinate your voyage.
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