|Replaces Caff� Trieste on this location, with the primary changes being roaster, pour size, and quality. Even some of the signage remains from it's previous ownership. There are numerous metal sidewalk tables out front. Inside, it's a long, windowed, sidewalk-facing caf� with dark painted walls, dark wood furniture, elegant lamps. Seating is a mix of small wooden tables, booth-like bench seating, and a small sofa set. Using red, dual two-group La San Marco machines, they pull shots with a generally decent, medium brown, patterned crema. The cup seems served at a high temperature and certainly a tall volume (especially compared to before), and it doesn't have much aroma nor body. Flavorwise, not unlike its Trieste days, it is dark, smoky, and carries tobacco and no sweetness - barely just this side of ashy. The management shift from Caff� Trieste hasn't been a major change, but it's a decided turn for the worse.