We found coffee drinks and light meals here at all hours of the day and night.
Open 24 hours, the International Café was our go-to spot for a quick bite of shot of caffeine. Plates could be eaten at tables scattered around the lobby area, and coffee beverages were available in glassware or to-go cups.
The selection rotated through the day, with donuts and Danish, egg-and-ham sandwiches, and muesli with berries served from the deli case in the morning. By noon the selection switched to include smaller sandwiches (tuna salad, grilled chicken) and some good salads (shrimp, Greek, mixed grilled vegetables). In the afternoon more decadent pastries emerged, and there was always a basket of cookies at the ready.
International Café had a full espresso set-up. A coffee card was priced $29 for 15 drinks.
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