|Corner caf� north of USF bills itself as an Italian coffee house. Typical caf� fare of salads, sandwiches, and smoothies. Italian candy (such as Perugia chocolates) and macaroons stand out for their unusual offerings. Tall ceilings freshly painted in the same rust color as the walls. A few indoor tables and limited sidewalk seating on Cook for rare pleasant days outdoors. Gruff baristas are somewhat savvy, pouring appropriately short espressos. Using an old, two-group Rancilio, they produce a thin layer of darker brown crema. It's served a little lukewarm, but it's within reason for bringing out more subtle flavors: pleasant smokiness with mild hints of sweet vanilla. Served in random, mismatched cups.