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The Rising of Espresso Culture

What is the most ideal way to explore the city and drench up unique barrio spirit? Go through bakeries and obviously make a visit on cafes!

From a social point of view, cafes generally play a major role in social interaction. It gives social members a cool spot to gather, talk, read, compose, engross each other or relax whether exclusively or in a little gathering of a few individuals. It mainly serves as a ‘casual club’ for its regular members.

English: Taken by me in Prague

English: Taken by me in Prague (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The term ‘cafe‘ is a French word for ‘coffee‘. Cafe refers to a bar, coffeehouse, tea room, small resto or other cool consuming and drinking spot, depends on the culture.

A coffeehouse may impart a percentage of the same attributes of a bar or restaurant, yet it is unique in relation to a ‘cafeteria’.

As the name recommends, coffeehouses are establishments that concentrate on giving cold or hot beverages such as espresso and tea and also light snacks.

As the name proposes, the cafe developed from coffee houses, which rose in English urban areas in the 17th century.

Here in Australia, coffeeshops are for the most part called ‘cafes’. In 1950’s, Italian immigrants acquainted coffee espresso in Australia since the post-World War II, there has been a relentless climb in bistro society.

The previous decade has seen a fast climb sought after for mainly (or on location) broiled claim to fame espresso, especially in Melbourne due to a limited extent to the students, fashionable person craftsman population, with a very popular coffee drink called ‘flat white’.

The first cafe customers would pay a cent at the bar and consent to keep guidelines of conduct. The venues were interested in all classes, positions and political influences, and hence got to be places of level headed discussion and free of liquor.

In modern times, cafes were still growing. Broad travel has implied to have fallen in love with coffee lattes and mainland styles cafes have leaped up. And that for a long time to come, café society is staying put!

Well, that is quite simple really!


What should you do now?

  1. Take your friends on a date at a café!
  2. Visit Killarney Vale Bakery and Café for a unique experience!
  3. Want some help or ideas? Just contact us at Killarney Vale Bakery now.


And the idea of just wandering off to a cafe with a notebook and writing and seeing where that takes me for awhile is just bliss.
~ J. K. Rowling

Remember – The Rising of Espresso Culture



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