L’Americano Espresso Bar Brisbane is set right in the heart of Fortitude Valley on Wickham Street. So much more than a café, L’Americano Espresso Bar is housed within Brisbane’s Coco Republic showroom which offers a dreamy setting for breakfast, brunch, lunch or just an excellent cup of coffee. Drawing on Coco Republic’s signature aesthetic and combining it with Vittoria Coffee’s rich Italian heritage, you could be forgiven for thinking that you’re in a 1950’s espresso bar on the Italian Riviera when enjoying a cup of coffee here. So no matter what the occasion is, reserve a spot in advance and live your best life at L’Americano Espresso Bar Brisbane.
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Always a lovely experience - would happily recommend to anyone
I love the food, and the staff are amazing. Always a great experience.
The coffees were great however the breakfasts were awful. Thanks
Any time spent at L’Americano Espresso Bar Brisbane is always a delightful time. Situated on Wickham Street in Fortitude Valley, this popular cafe is so aesthetically pleasing and Insta-worthy that we just can’t get enough. Plus, the food and drinks offering aren’t half bad either! Artisanal coffee, cocktails and wine is served up alongside authentic Italian breakfast, brunch and lunch dishes made using only the finest, locally sourced produce. Sounds pretty great, no?
So when it comes to dining at L’Americano Espresso Bar Brisbane, you will be faced with some pretty difficult decisions that’s for sure. This Fortitude Valley cafe doesn’t do things by half, so prepare to have your taste buds blown away by some incredibly inventive Italian dishes. A few stand out dishes from L’Americano Espresso Bar Brisbane’s menu include the Italian bacon and eggs crostini with crisp pancetta, a soft boiled egg, avocado, cherry tomatoes and basil and the huge charcuterie board piled high with cured meats, olives, crusty bread and house pickles. None of these delectable dishes would be complete without an Aperol spritz or an espresso martini in hand though. As can be expected, this popular spot tends to get pretty busy on the weekends so reserve your table now to avoid disappointment.