Adjoining Seabourn Square, the Coffee Bar was a welcome destination through the day.
Straddling Seabourn Square, the nerve center of the ship for guests, this spot was a welcome refuge when we awakened ahead of the restaurants, serving coffee and espresso each morning starting at 6:15 a.m. The spot was closed during the dinner hours but reopened at 9 p.m. for night owls.
There was a selection of tasty pastries, cakes and cookies through much of the day, followed by small pre-made sandwiches in the afternoon. The counter included an ice cream freezer, too. We were sated.
We could order all the standard coffee we enjoy at home—espresso, cappuccino, caffè latte, hot chocolate, frappe—along with coffee drinks augmented with a shot of alcohol. These included Irish, Mexican and Jamaican coffees, along with something called Lumumba (hot chocolate and dark rum—mmm). Milk shakes were an option, too.
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